Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have started a brand new chapter of “Letters of Love” on campus, a club dedicated to writing letters to children battling cancer or other illnesses.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison senior Wyatt Eiden’s social media presence has grown considerably in the last year, mainly on TikTok. With 1.7 million followers and 28.3 million likes on the platform, Eiden is known for his trivia videos where he asks people he meets on the street a series of questions for a chance to win a cash prize.
The election for Senior Class Office officially begins Tuesday at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. There are seven candidates, nearly all registered as pairs, running this election season, with the voting window closing Thursday, March 10.
UW-Madison graduate student barred from COVID-19 student advisory board amid administrative miscommunication
A neuroengineering doctorate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was appointed to the university’s student COVID-19 advisory committee in January, only to find out days later that the committee had been restricted to undergraduates only.
Re-Wear It, a new student organization that promotes conscious consumerism and sustainable fashion, had their final clothing swap of the semester Friday. Students and campus community members are invited to bring clothing items they no longer want to swap out for new items at Re-Wear It’s events.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced the name of the new Letters and Science building as the Irving and Dorothy Levy Hall in a press conference at Bascom Hill on Wednesday, highlighting that it was made possible by a $20 million gift from Marv and Jeff Levy, both of whom are alumni of the university.
If you’ve been on campus the last few weeks, chances are you have noticed that various university-run restaurants and convenience stores are closed due to being short-staffed. Dining locations have either closed indefinitely or closed for specific days, which begs the question:
The Joint Finance Committee of the Wisconsin State Legislature voted on May 27 to lift the tuition freeze for in-state undergraduate students at University of Wisconsin system schools.
Campus operations at colleges across the nation have been undeniably different from previous years due to COVID-19, and UW-Madison is no exception. From an environmental and sustainability perspective, one can only wonder what the impacts of the pandemic will have on the environment.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students and organizations have spoken out about perceived hypocrisy in Madison policing following the Mifflin Street Block Party Saturday.
UW-Madison disabled the pause feature on its Honorlock software on March 11 after students stated that it failed to recognize their darker skin tone.
UW-Madison extended its carried-over vacation day deadline this week to October 9, 2021, for Faculty, Academic Staff and Limited Appointees who have 12-month appointments.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank apologized for her email correspondence with Big Ten leaders last summer that suggested moving communications to the network’s private platform amid COVID-19 discussions for the fall semester.