Associated Students of Madison Chair-elect junior Adrian Lampron and Vice Chair-elect sophomore Lennox Owino look forward to leading the student government’s 28th session beginning in the fall.
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UW System President Tommy Thompson announced that UW-Madison won the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability Award on Thursday.
UW-Madison will offer extra appointments for COVID-19 vaccines, with an estimated 3,500 vaccination appointments available next week.
The Wisconsin Alumni Student Board started virtually hosting their annual “All Campus Party” Monday to further involve campus members with the community.
UW-Madison community members raised $2.7 million for University schools and colleges, athletics and organizations last week as part of its “Day of the Badger” fundraising initiative.
The UW-Madison Senior Class Officers-elect look forward to fostering an environment where Rathskeller sauce is free flowing, the Humanities building is turned into a skatepark and an escalator is built on Bascom Hill.
UW-Madison students started voting for the 2021-22 Senior Class Officers on Monday.
Expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility has benefitted UW-Madison students and student workers.
During the mid-semester, many students and faculty experience burnout and exhaustion caused by weeks of schoolwork, heightened by the midterm slump.
Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment hosts events and promotes outreach to foster a campus community that works to end sexual assault and violence.
The Spring 2021 Associated Students of Madison election results were released on Wednesday evening, announcing the UW-Madison students that will fill seats on the Student Council and the Student Services Finance Committee.
The Associated Students of Madison’s (ASM) election for student council and the Student Services Finance Committee (SSFC) started on Monday.
UW-Madison student leaders reacted to the Spring 2021 Campus Climate Progress Report, which highlights diversity initiatives on campus.
The UW-Madison Pharmacy school designed courses to train younger students how to vaccinate to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts.
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate passed a resolution calling for UW-Madison to divest from fossil fuel investments on Monday.
The Wisconsin Union distributed free meals to 1,350 students to help ease pandemic-induced financial stress Thursday.
Chancellors from UW-River Falls, UW-Stout and UW-Eau Claire have pledged to plan for a fall semester with in-person classes and “a traditional college experience.”
Two leaders of the Associated Students of Madison released a memorandum on Sunday outlining alleged lobbying efforts by UW-Madison administration relating to the funding of UW facilities and services with segregated fees.
Nearly 9% of Wisconsin’s $345 billion economy is generated by UW-Madison and related organizations and startup companies, according to a February 2021 report done by NorthStar Analytics, LLC.
While most of UW-Madison’s traditional in-person degree programs have switched to an online format, nontraditional students will have more fully-online degree options starting in the Fall 2021 semester through UW-Madison Online.