College degrees are more important than ever, as 65 percent of the job openings in the United States will require postsecondary education beyond high school, according to a report released by Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce.
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Less than a minute after student protesters draped their hand-painted banners over the second floor railing at Union South, campus security forced the small group to roll up their flags and issued some of them warnings.
This semester is only the beginning for the Associated Students of Madison grassroots committees, promised Legislative Affairs Chair Laura Downer, Equity and Inclusion Agalia Ardyasa and Sustainability Chair Katie Piel.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department promoted a free safety app on their website Wednesday in response to an increase in concern from students about safety both on and off campus.
UW-Madison produced a high number of Fulbright students in the 2018-’19 academic year, being ranked highly compared to other research universities.
The Associated Student of Madison will save students money by using excess reserve balances to pay off the outstanding debt on the Student Activity Center Wednesday.
Dropping enrollment and an ongoing budget deficit has limited UW-Stevens Point’s ability to grow. To combat this, Chancellor Bernie Patterson proposed for year-round class schedules to support 3-year degrees and expanding popular majors.
A petition gathered over 1,000 signatures after it was created by a student late Monday night to advocate for blue light emergency phones on UW-Madison’s campus.
Four panelists recounted their lived experiences from the Black Student Strike in 1969 with a crowd of students and community members on Monday evening, making their story a reality for all who attended the Black History Month event at Memorial Union.
The French House welcomed a spokesperson to discuss the dynamic shifts in French Bioethics Laws and current francophone events regarding bioethics at an event hosted Monday by professor Alta Charo from the UW Law School.
The graduation rate for students of color increased 75 percent over the past decade. However, they still compose only about 13 percent of the whole graduating population, according to the 2017-’18 UW System progress and completion report.
Limited available funds in the budget hinder progress for UW campuses — extended timelines slow building renovations, aid for students grows smaller, and quality faculty start the search for new positions.
For years, students have spoken out about the lack of mental health services on campus. As they stand in front of the Student Services Finance Committee, the absence of enough mental health counselors will be put into question Monday.
UW-Madison announced they will conduct an external review of fraternity and sorority life on campus in order to increase safety and better the overall student experience of these organizations.
Prior to the governor’s executive budget release, the Associated Students of Madison announced their recommendations to fund the tuition freeze and protect allocable student segregated fees Wednesday.
The UW System Board of Regents will honor the recipients of the 11th annual Regents’ Diversity Awards at their next meeting Friday.
Plastic mugs, cds, business cards and post-it notes were floating in a foot of standing water inside Sue Robinson’s desk drawer when she was finally able to visit her flooded fifth floor Vilas Hall office earlier this week.
A tweet circulated online today showing the results of a survey conducted by University Health Services that studied disparities between the campus experiences of students of color and white students.
National Football League star J.J. Watt will return to Camp Randall as the commencement speaker for the spring graduation, UW-Madison announced Wednesday.
A UW-Madison plastic surgeon was accused of sexual exploitation and medical negligence in a lawsuit filed Friday by a female patient who underwent cosmetic surgery procedures last year.