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.
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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.
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.
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.
In a letter to UW-Madison leadership, the Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA) called on the university to provide serious financial relief for students, citing university policy concerning segregated fees and international student fees, as well as the current telecommuting policy affecting international student workers, as crises that “mark the difference between eating and going hungry” for some.
In its final meeting of the semester, the Associated Students of Madison (ASM) approved legislation Tuesday night supporting international telecommuters and calling for a Pass/Fail and Satisfactory Disruption/Non-Satisfactory Disruption option for the Fall 2020 semester.
UW Health, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), will serve as a distribution center and storage facility for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
A scientific journal has retracted a 1951 paper written by a UW-Madison professor due to defamatory content toward homosexual participants of a study that attempted to convert them to be straight.
In a lecture hosted by the Wisconsin Alumni Association on Tuesday, UW-Madison faculty Dr. James Conway, R. Alta Charo and Dr. Jonathan Temte discussed a source of hope during the COVID-19 pandemic: the newly created COVID-19 vaccine.
A study by an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology determined that trips to the bars played a crucial role in the COVID-19 outbreak among UW-Madison students earlier this semester.
A recent complaint against the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) over mistreatment of animal research subjects at UW-Madison is just one item in a decades-long list of grievances animal rights groups have brought against the laboratory.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) approved four of the five proposed legislation at their meeting on Tuesday, demanding divestment from fossil fuels, the ban of face surveillance, leniency for the use and possession of cannabis on campus and class attendance exemption for student poll workers on Election Days.
GivingTuesday, a self proclaimed holiday that falls every year on the Tuesday after the shopping mania of “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday,” encourages people to donate to charitable causes. This year, UW-Madison has made it easy for Badgers to “do good” and refocus their efforts on their community.
Genetic sequencing of COVID-19 shows a statewide pattern of geographic mixing between previously distinct strands of the virus from Dane and Milwaukee Counties, according to UW-Madison researchers.
In a two page open-letter run in the Wisconsin State Journal on Sunday, UW-Health employees made a desperate plea for the people of Wisconsin to take action against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) will pay a minimum of $32 million to a former research partner after it concealed information related to a patent for a kidney dialysis drug.
Wisconsin hospitals are in need of convalescent plasma from those who have previously had COVID-19 for use in a COVID recovery treatment.
After 95 years, UW-Madison will move forward in removing Chamberlin Rock from Observatory Hill, of which students of colors viewed the boulder as a representation of decades of racism and oppression seen on campus.
UW-Madison added another rapid antigen testing facility at the Kohl Center Wednesday for surge testing available to students and employees.
A lot has changed on campus this year due to the ongoing pandemic. The vast majority of classes are held virtually, residence halls have serious restrictions and there are little-to-no activities going on across campus.