Longtime Madison resident Stu Levitan recounts his multiple-career journey, from journalism to holding public office.
“The will of the people is the law of the land,” Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday as he announced ...
"Sifting and Reckoning” blends art with history in retelling of UW’s discriminatory past.
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Award-winning rapper B.o.B gets candid about his inspirations, his thoughts on the current state of hip-hop and even his favorite strain of weed.
In today’s society, social media has provided dilemmas for free speech. The hate speech and other harmful rhetoric on these websites can only be addressed by robust public debate if free speech remains unfettered and dialogue is encouraged.
As I was able to work at the ballpark this summer instead of a classic summer internship, I found insight on the superficial environment that is created by summer internships as a whole.
From developer Massive Monster and publisher Devolver Digital, Cult of the Lamb combines village building with roguelite combat, a delightful devilish theme and stellar art to create one of the top major indie releases of the year.
University of Wisconsin-Madison senior tries Paul's Pel’meni for the first time, taste buds are ruined for rest of life.
Companies across disciplines set up booths at the Gordon Dining & Event Center this Tuesday, seeking interns and new hires.
City officials believe that the festival’s issues date back to before the pandemic.
Stewart appears to have created a summer camp.
Both Gov. Tony Evers and a UW-Madison professor say suspending parole reviews is currently illegal in Wisconsin.
Football season prompts many fathers to show affection towards those they love most — their favorite players.
The new bill mandates an independent sexual assault prevention advocate at any higher education institute receiving federal funding.
A Waunakee teen was arrested in connection to multiple assault reports.
Ald. Gary Halverson resigned from the common council citing safety concerns for his family.
The No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers hosted the No. 16 Florida Gators in the first Kohl Center volleyball game in 24 years. Although the Badgers broke the NCAA attendance record for a regular season game, they fell to the Gators in five sets.
Democrats look for more time to foster bipartisan support for federal bill to codify same-sex and interracial marriage
Q&A: Campus Planning Director Gary Brown discusses projects, campus changes, his time at UW, upcoming bookBy Madeleine Afonso | Sep. 19
Starting his career after graduating from UW-Madison, Brown has worked on numerous projects with the UW System for over 40 years
In the third consecutive home game to begin the 2022 season, the Wisconsin Badgers defeated the New Mexico State Aggies with relative ease. An explosive offense and a stifling defense guided the Badgers to a 66-7 victory.