The Associated Students of Madison passed three new pieces of legislation at their final meeting of the 2020-21 school year Tuesday.
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The Associated Students of Madison advocated for better implementation of student aid efforts and clarified their bylaws regarding student government positions at their Tuesday night meeting.
The Wisconsin Companion Animal Resource, Education and Social Services clinic recognized a recent surge in requests for veterinary services for owners experiencing financial hardship.
The Associated Students of Madison passed legislation in support of transgender women in sports, revisions to their COVID-19 Student Relief Fund and the implementation of a Tribal Affairs position for their organization on Tuesday.
The UW-Madison School of Pharmacy created the first psychoactive pharmaceutical investigation master’s program in the country, which will begin to educate students this coming fall.
UW officials have started to consider redeveloping UW-Madison’s Library Mall.
The Associated Students of Madison passed key legislation at their meeting Tuesday.
Badgers for Special Olympics discussed the inclusion of students with disabilities at a meeting Tuesday.
New legislation from ASM denounces xenophobic and transphobic groups, supports COVID-19 vaccine efforts
The Associated Students of Madison on Tuesday voted to endorse two statements from student organizations denouncing xenophobia and transphobia on campus.
UniverCity Alliance aims to improve the sustainability, resilience, livability and general well-being of communities by partnering with UW-Madison.
Benjamin Crump, a civil rights and personal injury attorney, discussed racial injustices and creating change in the live event “The Journey to Justice: A Conversation with Ben Crump,” hosted by the Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) Committee on Feb 16.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) passed a vote of no confidence in the Vice-Chancellor of Finance and Administration Laurent Heller, signed an open letter from Amnesty International, addressed UW-Madison complaints over the COVID-19 Student Relief Bill and updated a potential budget for CAHOOTS at their meeting on Tuesday.
UW-Madison students welcome Side Hustle Society as a student organization on campus during the spring semester. The organization aims to facilitate a community with forums for students to discuss their “side hustles” — or extracurricular hobbies and passions that earn additional income.
The UW system announced on Friday that current nursing and pharmacy students working at vaccination sites are eligible to receive $500 dollars of tuition credit.
In their first student council meeting of the year on Tuesday, the Associated Students of Madison (ASM) passed legislation to create a $2 million COVID-19 relief bill and a budget placeholder to fund a crisis response team, as well as a proposal to move towards updated grading policies for the spring semester.
Last year, a UW-Madison pre-college program participant filed a federal lawsuit against the university for its response to sexual assault allegations among summer program members. That lawsuit was dismissed this summer, according to court records and new reporting by the Wisconsin State Journal.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison women’s basketball team’s first game of the season against Miami (Ohio) on Wednesday has officially been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols for the Redhawks.
UW Black Student Union march facilitates conversation, understanding amid disruptive counter protesters
UW-Madison students and city residents gathered at the state Capitol on Nov. 1 for a march hosted by the Wisconsin Black Student Union (WBSU) to promote unity and provide a safe space for conversations between Black students and allies.
The University of Wisconsin football team has deployed rapid-response antigen tests nearly every day for players and staff since the beginning of the season. Deputy Athletic Director Chris McIntosh stated during a Wisconsin Alumni Association Livestream earlier in the year that UW felt good about where they were heading into the season, explaining daily testing and smart choices made by players and staff.
As part of Lameday II, The Daily Cardinal takes a look around the Big Ten for this week’s biggest matchups and storylines.