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Under pressure from the public, UW- Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper resigned at her post amid investigation of her husband's sexual harassment of female employees.
Following five years of service to UW-Madison, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Sarah Mangelsdorf is leaving to fulfill her dreams as president at the University of Rochester.
Outgoing Gov. Scott Walker signed lame-duck session legislation to limit his successor’s power merely 24 days before leaving office.
UW-Madison Police Department arrested Samuel F. Spencer, a suspect connected to a string of thefts that occurred on UW-Madison’s campus in recent months.
To alleviate dining and housing concerns, the Associate Students of Madison hosted a town hall to allow leading faculty and students to discuss the meal plan and residence hall renovations Wednesday.
In the wake of several last minute reforms from state Republicans, Democrat Tony Evers will likely not inherit the full authority enjoyed by Gov. Scott Walker during his time in office, despite defeating the two-term incumbent last month.
Madison’s city council will have several fresh faces in its chambers come April, as at least eight of its members will not run for re-election.
For the last 25 years, the Center for Educational Opportunity has served the UW-Madison community. This Friday, an event will be held to honor the accomplishments of the program and its students.
International students, many of whom made journeys halfway across the globe, have been enrolling and teaching in high numbers at universities across the nation.
The Faculty Senate voted to reject a new proposal aimed at extensive and expedited reviews of majors in the UW System Monday in an effort to send a message to system officials.
In an extraordinary lame duck session that began late Tuesday evening and lasted well into Wednesday morning, state Republicans have stripped Gov.-elect Tony Evers and other state Democrats of some powers in a final move to protect existing conservative reforms.
Downtown Madison will not have to fear an alcohol shortage following the city council’s decision to dismiss a motion placing a temporary ban on new alcohol licenses.
During his final weeks in office, the Senate approved 82 appointees picked by Gov. Scott Walker. Among them are new Board of Regents’ members attorney Scott Beightol and nontraditional UW-Madison student Torrey Tiedeman.
UW-Madison out-of-state undergraduates, along with some graduate students, may see a tuition spike in coming years with a plan Chancellor Rebecca Blank proposed Tuesday.
Three Madison police officers were treated for exposure to fentanyl following exposure to fentanyl-laced heroin while serving a search warrant Monday.
UW System President Ray Cross released plans to increase faculty and staff salaries by 3 percent annually in a promise to “reinvest” in the system Monday.
Hundreds of protesters lined the steps of the state Capitol building Monday night to oppose Republican legislation that would strip power from newly-elected Democrats and restrict early voting in future elections.
The Student Services Financial Committee granted the Wisconsin Association of Black Men a budget of $31,154 and Sex Out Loud a budget of $90,963 for the 2019-‘20 fiscal year in its meeting Monday night.
A long-planned Madison Public Market has shifted locations, reverting the project's status back to renovation rather than new construction.
As the holiday season continues, the reality of food insecurity in Madison is more prevalent than ever. This year, the McBurney Disability Resource Center decided to do something about it — they challenged the nine departments within the Division of Student Life to a friendly competition aimed at increasing donations to the Open Seat Food Pantry.