Police arrested five Madison teenagers for multiple acts of vandalism committed in the city’s West District two months ago, according to a Madison Police Department statement released Wednesday.
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Professional Rapper Tour was not something to be overlooked. This past Friday Lil Dicky was watching the Badger game while preparing for a sold-out crowd at the Majestic Theatre. They played the Badger game with an open bar before the concert. They have a nice screen that proved to be useful later in the night. My best friend was downtown and ready to see his first show ever at the venue. I was pretty impressed by how hyped the crowd was when arriving.
The U.S. Department of Education added UW-Madison to a list of more than 100 schools under investigation for potential Title IX violations regarding the handling of sexual assault on campus, according to a Wednesday Washington Post article.
Police responded to multiple reports of gunshots heard in the vicinity of West Towne Mall Saturday evening.
While discontent over Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed biennial budget has created a schism between the state and its public universities, UW System students are more united than ever in their response to the expected changes.
Police arrested a 17-year-old female at West Transfer Point for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after she refused to get off of a Madison Metro Bus Monday, Madison Police Department spokesperson Joel DeSpain wrote in an incident report.
Computers are quickly catching up to, and perhaps even surpassing, humans in the field of scientific data extraction and assessment, according to a Monday university news release.
Film director and UW-Madison alumnus Jason Cohen will speak with students and community members Tuesday night following a screening of his Academy Award-nominated documentary “Facing Fear.”
UW-Madison alumni John and Tashia Morgridge recently donated $100 million to the university in an effort to support endowed faculty positions, according to a university release.
The UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health received a $70 million grant, the largest to date, to benefit research of asthma and its effects on inner city children, according to a university release.
Months of campaign speeches and voter registration drives culminated to nearly half of UW-Madison students turning out to vote during Tuesday’s gubernatorial election, which is up from about 36 percent in 2010.
In the spirit of homecoming week’s community service theme, UNICEF’s Next Generation founder and Director Casey Rotter spoke to UW-Madison students about the importance of young people’s dedication to charity.
Coming off their second and final bye week of the season, the Badgers (1-1 Big Ten, 4-2 overall) look to start the home stretch with a win against Maryland (2-1, 5-2). Let’s take a look at five things to watch during the game.
Red duct tape labeled with the word “silenced” covered the mouths of three members of UW-Madison’s Student Labor Action Coalition as they lined the wall of a Labor Codes and Licensing Advisory Committee meeting Monday.
With the mounting costs of attending college, a UW-Madison student consistently working 15 hours a week throughout the entire duration of the academic year would have to earn roughly $21 per hour to pay back the cost of one year of tuition and fees alone.
UW-Madison sophomore Ethan Claes will help bring a new meal option to campus as he readies for the upcoming launch of Envoy, a student-to-student food delivery system.
Saturday saw a record number of rushing yards for Wisconsin, but running onto the field before anyone else and guiding a charge of more than 300 student musicians was Eva Glisczinski, UW-Madison’s marching band drum major.
For the first time in the school’s history, University of Wisconsin-Madison undergraduate students will be able to register for a certificate in French.
Lean In @ UW will hold its first meeting of the semester Thursday, but the organization’s Founder and President Amanda Rosso will not be in attendance.
In addition to its usual quota of 200 residents, Slichter Hall also opened its doors to the office of University of Wisconsin-Madison’s new Housing Director Jeff Novak in preparation for the upcoming school year.