The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) will hold a vote of No Confidence in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department (UWPD) at their meeting on Tuesday.
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The Plaza Tavern and Grill has raised over 70,000 dollars from nearly 1.5 thousand people in the past week after creating a GoFundMe to keep the historic institution open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday morning, UW-Madison opened its newest on-campus gym after nearly three years of construction.
Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen visited Madison on Saturday as part of her “Real Change for Real People” campaign tour to promote her platform as a third party candidate.
The Madison Clerk’s Office dismissed concerns from residents and legal teams alike regarding the city’s Friday “Democracy in the Park” voting event.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on campus have led UW-Madison to establish a partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This proposal was spearheaded toward the beginning of September by the School of Medicine and Public Health at UW-Madison.
In a recent interview with Diverse Issues in Higher Education, UW-Madison’s Jerlando Jackson attributed long-standing racial inequalities as causes for recent protests in Kenosha, Wis., after the shooting of Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man, by a police officer.
During this year’s Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected UW-Madison to receive a $411,963 P2 Grant to prevent pollution caused by food and beverage manufacturing.
In a speech at the Capitol Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Wisconsin state legislators about the potential dangers of the Chinese Communist Party’s growing influence in the country.
In its latest poll, the UW-Madison Elections Research Center found that Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads in three battleground states over incumbent President Donald Trump as the November Presidential election nears.
On Aug. 26, in a statement to University of Wisconsin-Madison students and staff on preparations for the fast-approaching semester, Chancellor Rebecca Blank wrote that the university was “working with fraternities and sororities to help those living in chapter houses arrange for their own quarantine and isolation spaces.”
Following a decrease in positive cases during the two week hiatus, UW-Madison will resume in-person classes and activities on Sept. 26.
Gov. Tony Evers announced an $8 million grant program aimed at helping the Wisconsin tourism industry amid a decline in tourism due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Sept. 14.
The budget of the MPD is outrageous and needs to change': MPD spent nearly $20,000 on crowd control in three days of protests
The Madison Police Department spent nearly $20,000 on tear gas, pepper spray, foam bullets and other riot control materials in response to protests after the death of George Floyd from May 30 to June 1, according to an open records request.
UW-Madison posted its official enrollment numbers for the fall of 2020 on Tuesday, revealing that the student body has grown to an unprecedented size with its second largest class of first-year students in university history despite complications posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
An amendment allocating $83,000 for a police body-worn camera pilot program was approved by the Madison Finance Committee on Tuesday and will advance to final deliberations for the 2021 Capital Improvement Plan.
UW System will face a budget lapse of only $45 million, a $24 million decrease compared to the original $69 million cut that Governor Tony Evers ordered in July.
Gov. Tony Evers announced a new public health emergency and issued a new face mask order Tuesday, citing a surge in cases on college campuses throughout Wisconsin and quickly drawing fire from Republicans and conservative groups in the state.
The BadgersVote Student Coalition led a Zoom the Vote event Monday Sept. 21 on Zoom to inform students how to register to vote in Wisconsin and to answer questions about registration and voting laws.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank issued yet another statement on Monday in response to one from Dane County officials asking that the university take responsibility for rising positive cases.