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UW-Madison pharmacy students and faculty held a benefit Friday in honor of student Adam Nickel, who died unexpectedly in March after finishing a marathon in Arkansas.
Gov. Jim Doyle announced a re-evaluation of the state budget shortfall Tuesday, projecting a deficit of $5 billion within the next 2 years.
Five UW-Madison industrial engineering students, Kyle Brown, Tom Best, Ross Glodowski, Matt Kopetsky and Silas Bernardoni, attended an end-of-the-year barbeque last spring when they threw around the idea of one day owning a bus. The desire was not just to own any bus, but rather a bus that could elevate the spirit of Badger game days to a whole new level.
On Feb. 15, hundreds of Madison residents flooded the hallways of the Wisconsin state Capitol in protest of Gov. Scott Walker's budget repair bill. Many slept in the building that night and every night following.
Although UW-Madison's Faculty Senate passed a plan to restructure the graduate school Monday, several research groups are concerned the proposal will create a gulf between research policy and management on campus.
Late-night vendors on Broom and Johnson Street may be moved to Library Mall because of complaints from residents in the area, members of the Vending Oversight Committee said at their meeting Wednesday.
This September a team of UW-Madison staff unveiled a new process to reduce the time it takes to eliminate former employees from accessing information technology systems, but the new process still takes longer than many others used throughout the University of Wisconsin System.
The NFL is the country's most popular sport for several reasons, and somehow the perceived parity of the league is one of them. Loads of NFL fans will tell you that their league's the best because they think there's more balance in it than there is in baseball.
Chancellor Biddy Martin will officially propose the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates to the UW System Board of Regents Thursday.
Bud Selig, the commissioner of Major League Baseball, will be UW-Madison's 2009 spring undergraduate commencement speaker, campus officials announced Monday.
UW-Madison officials announced a $25,000 donation from the University Book Store to help support need-based financial aid as part of the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates Thursday.
The final decision for a 2009 Mifflin Street Block Party sponsor will be made Friday, but officials are saying it is unlikely DCNY PRO will host the event.
The Associated Students of Madison Student Elections Committee and Student Judiciary met quorum Thursday and reviewed the results of the 2009 spring elections.