The Badgers fell 5-2 to the Spartans Friday, losing out on a chance to win the Big Ten Regular Season Championship.
University of Wisconsin-Madison educators have designed numerous educational games to aid students in ...
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The Badgers and Spartans take to the Kohl Center in a two-game series this weekend to determine the Big Ten regular-season title.
The boundaries of free speech are an ever-present issue at college campuses, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison is no exception.
The nonprofit organization, Hearty Hands, provides the homeless population of Madison with winter supplies during the cold months.
UW-Oshkosh Provost Edwin Martini released new restructuring plans to reduce the number of colleges in lieu of $18 million budget deficits.
After falling short in game 1, Wisconsin took down the top team of the country to cap off another prolific season at LaBahn.
Dane County Circuit Judge Ryan Nilsestuen ordered the Wisconsin Elections Commission to accept absentee ballots with missing witness address information.
With a new single on the way, EMWAY brings a refreshing voice to the alternative music scene.
Combining the Badger State's love for dairy with practical winter solutions, a Wisconsin county is revolutionizing road maintenance by swapping conventional salt for a surprising yet sustainable alternative: cheese brine.
With the two wins against the Penn State Nittany Lions, the Wisconsin Badgers men’s hockey team control their own fate in the run for the Big Ten regular season championship.
Host Oliver Gerharz sits down with Daily Cardinal reporter Bryna Goeking to talk about her article on the UW System’s new online degree program and how it fits in with the other parts of the UW System.
Students living in a Dayton Street house say they face challenges due to a steam utility project amid ongoing maintenance concerns.
The California native was this year's keynote speaker celebrating the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Black History Month theme, “Legacy X.”
The Wisconsin Badgers track and field team found success across all events en route to a second consecutive indoor Big Ten championship.
Oz Bin Nun, an Israeli fellow for the Jewish Agency for Israel and IDF special unit commander, did not brag about killing infants or children during a lecture at the Rohr Chabad House.
The Blk Pwr Coalition held a Black History Month teach-in centered around “designing the Black Madison of our dreams” Saturday in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Education building.
Event organizers called on Wisconsin legislators to support aid for Ukraine during the third year of the conflict.