The Associated Students of Madison plan to move ahead with a proposal to create a multi-million dollar COVID-19 relief fund for UW-Madison students, despite a university statement on Monday claiming that doing so would violate the law.
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Amidst a fall semester fraught with a global pandemic, the Associated Students of Madison (ASM) sought to legislate and promote policies and measures that not only reflect the thoughts and priorities of the diverse student body in which they represent, but also enact real change university-wide.
Several dozen protesters gathered outside the Madison Capitol Jan. 22 to continue the call for justice for Tony Robinson, a Black 19-year-old who was shot and killed by Madison Police Department officer Matthew Kenny in March of 2015.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Friday that the state plans to take legal action against PFAS contaminators. Evers and Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul asked the Department of the Administration (DOA) to select an outside law firm to assist the state in addressing companies responsible for contamination.
Approximately 1,800 UW-Madison campus community members have received notice of their new eligibility for the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines through University Health Services (UHS). Community members in Phase 1b started to receive vaccines on Monday.
Starting on Sunday, UW-Madison students and faculty will no longer need an appointment to get tested for COVID-19. The university announced the change on Friday, after some students experienced long waits at testing sites or difficulty scheduling appointments.
Gov. Tony Evers delivered his annual State of the State address virtually Tuesday night, focusing on the state’s unemployment system, broadband access and the upcoming redistricting process. The speech came hours after Senate Republicans and Evers reached a deal on COVID-19 legislation, but in his response to Evers’ address, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos indicated it would not move forward.
As Tarah Stangler scrolled through her Twitter feed on a Sunday afternoon, she came across a tweet from the University of Wisconsin Police Department. It was a solemn scene: a picture taken inside a UWPD office, with five officers standing proudly behind a display of 18 green and red exit signs.
As people continue to become more accustomed with working during the pandemic, musicians have started to experiment with technology and find new ways to collaborate with one another. While the process has not been easy, there are positives to these changes.
Associated Students of Madison (ASM) legislation calling to compensate student hourly employees telecommuting from abroad has been accepted by UW-Madison officials for the spring semester.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced on Friday UW-Madison’s new testing initiatives and the unveiling of the Safer Badgers app, as the university plans for some in-person instruction during the spring 2021 semester.
The state Assembly passed a fast-tracked pandemic relief bill on Thursday, but with opposition from Democrats and Republicans in the Senate, the bill appears to be going nowhere as Wisconsin suprasses 5,000 COVID-19 deaths.
Two Republicans in Wisconsin’s congressional delegation objected to certifying electoral votes for President-elect Joe Biden Wednesday night after a violent mob of President Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building.
The police officer who shot Jacob Blake in Kenosha in August will not be charged with a crime, Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley announced Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services' COVID-19 vaccination program approved University Health Services (UHS) as a distributor of COVID-19 vaccine in late December.
In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 during the spring semester, UW-Madison will greatly expand its mandatory testing regime, require proof of up-to-date negative tests and call on students to restrict their movement upon returning to the Madison area, the university announced Friday.
The Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change released its 120-page report for Gov. Tony Evers Wednesday detailing 55 policy strategies across nine sectors to mitigate climate change in the state.
UW-Madison employee Rich Yaeger, who drove on a motorcycle through a group of protesters during the Nov. 6 Capitol Square protest, was terminated from his position at the University yesterday.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Defense deployed U.S. Army medical personnel to address staffing shortages at Marshfield Medical Center facilities throughout the state. This announcement came after a slight increase in cases this past week.
Further extending a year-long vacancy, the Madison Police and Fire Commission decided to delay its election of the Madison Police Department’s next chief following strong feedback and concerns from the public Wednesday.