University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank attended a White House conference Thursday with the goal of improving higher education accessibility for low-income students.
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Kane Kaiman is a graduate of Cedarburg High School. There, he scored a 5 on his AP Psychology test, giving him the authority to interpret the dreams of all humans and some of the earth’s more intelligent mammals. He lives with his wife, Dalton Brown, and his son, Mick Grundtner, in Madison, Wis.
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded UW-Madison grants Tuesday totaling more than a $22 million for the Morgridge Institute for Research and for nuclear engineering research.
One hundred-twenty years of printing a daily newspaper has generated thousands of loyal writers, contributors and editors for The Daily Cardinal. That loyalty showed strong last weekend as nearly 250 alumni returned to their journalistic roots in Madison for the newspaper’s 120th anniversary celebration.
In the sea of Daily Cardinal alumni who gathered in Madison for the newspaper’s 120th anniversary last weekend, a small group of two dozen, reconnected by hope, comforted each other in a time of tragedy.
Contrary to his website name, AngryAsianMan.com blogger Phil Yu laughed with the crowd of nearly 75 people as he blended humor with video clips to discuss the representation of Asian Pacific Americans in media.
In an effort to deter students from attending this year’s Mifflin Street Block Party, UW-Madison’s YouTube page released a video Monday of the dean of students describing repercussions of attending the event and repeatedly telling students “don’t go.”
More than 600 people gathered at Library Mall Saturday to share stories and walk in unity for the UW Suicide Prevention Committee’s second Suicide Prevention Walk.
It’s not often that students in Bascom Hall know what other student are doing across campus, let alone in the South Pole. But that’s exactly what #UWRightNow aimed to do all day Wednesday.
UW-Madison students could have the opportunity to take in-person and online courses during winter break, according to an e-mail sent to the student body asking them for feedback on the idea.
UW-Madison Chancellor David Ward said the university is making progress toward beginning mediation with adidas, UW’s main licensing partner, to resolve the ongoing dispute over whether the company owes unemployed workers severance pay.
Progress continued Thursday for construction plans to the west end of the Memorial Union terrace, as the Memorial Union Design Committee discussed the finalized budget for the project that members said should be easily met.
Two dozen venues around UW-Madison will offer the public an opportunity to learn about the university’s labs, museums and researchers April 14 during the 10th annual Science Expedition.
As UW-Madison students awoke with pounding heads the morning after St. Patrick’s Day, one house fellow began a floor-wide initiative to encourage students to find alternative activities to drinking.
In 1988, UW-Madison’s Zeta Beta Tau fraternity was accused of sponsoring a slave auction party that included members of the fraternity wearing blackface and Afro wigs. The incident sparked a small, but passionate, student-led protest on ZBT’s property, at which eight students were eventually arrested.
State officials decided Tuesday to investigate whether 11 additional doctors from UW-affiliated hospitals wrote fraudulent sick notes for protesters during last year’s collective bargaining demonstrations.
Members of UW-Madison’s Ballroom Dance Association are worried the new Gordon Commons will prevent the group from hosting its weekly public dances, most of which take place in the current dining hall’s basement.
As the Badgers advanced in the NCAA basketball tournament Thursday, UW-Madison won a social media “tournament” that pits schools against each other in a competition similar to March Madness.
UW-Madison’s primary licensing committee passed a resolution Friday to define a successful mediation period with adidas as occurring only if the company ensures all workers are paid severance by April 15. This deadline is 60 days after UW-Madison Chancellor David Ward initially announced plans to enter mediation with the company.
Members of student government passed a resolution last week calling for Chancellor David Ward to include students in negotiations with adidas, a process that UW-Madison’s primary licensing advisory committee Chair Lydia Zepeda said last week would take place in private.