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Approximately 1,000 University of Wisconsin-Madison students marched across campus Thursday to condemn the university’s response to a racist video that circulated social media earlier this week.
Tens of thousands of people have signed a petition to expel a white University of Wisconsin-Madison student recorded saying racist slurs as student calls for administrative action grow.
Content warning: This story contains information about violent racist remarks and quotes containing profanity.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison student was recorded in a recent video using racial slurs and racist references directed at the Black community.
In the years after the 9/11 attacks, there have been countless stories of courage, hope and faith illustrating American strength and tenacity in defense of peace, even when hatred, anger and fear dominated much of the country.
At the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, up a few flights of steps and onto a small metal platform, you will find a keyboard unlike most, made of wooden keys and a set of wooden pedals. The instrument itself is not located behind the keys, like in a piano. Instead, metal wires go straight up to a set of 56 carillon bells, each playing their own note to create the instrument’s unique sound that resonates far across campus.
Authorities released the identities Monday of two officers who were fatally shot during a traffic stop over the weekend in Barron County.
Wandering out on one of the many snowfall-filled days at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this winter, one might see students slipping, buses getting stuck and plows working tirelessly to keep up. Students speculate what exactly it would take for classes to be canceled. The answer is a lot more complex than it may seem.
Anti-trans graffiti, including symbols commonly used by white supremacist groups, was found in Science Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Tuesday, according to an email from a faculty member.
Housing affordability in Madison has become a significant concern for residents as the prices of homes continue to skyrocket, making it increasingly difficult for people to purchase property.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of one of the individuals shot and killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during a 2020 Black Lives Matter demonstration can proceed.
A jury found Darrell Brooks Jr. guilty of six counts of first-degree homicide and 70 more charges on Wednesday, nearly a year after he killed six and injured dozens more after driving into the Waukesha Christmas Parade.
A crowd of about 250 people gathered outside Memorial Union Monday night to protest the Matt Walsh event hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, demonstrating support for transgender rights.
Members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison community are familiar with WiscAlerts, the campus emergency notification system. However, there are complex intricacies involved with what qualifies as a WiscAlert, Off-Campus Alert or a Crime Warning.
As the semester shifts into gear, University of Wisconsin-Madison students are working hard to try to find that ideal balance between their academic goals, social lives and for many, a work schedule.
As one of Wisconsin’s highest elected positions, you wouldn’t expect the Secretary of State’s office to be tucked away in the basement. But for years, Secretary of State Doug La Follette and his two staff completed the few duties they had left underground, far from the grandeur of the Capitol’s main floors.
The national tour of the hit musical “Hamilton” stopped at Madison’s Overture Center from August 9 to August 21. Edred Utomi as Alexander Hamilton, Zoe Jensen as Eliza Hamilton and Josh Tower as Aaron Burr faced the daunting task of filling the shoes of the iconic Broadway cast that made the musical a global phenomenon.
Tim Michels defeated former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch in Wisconsin’s Republican gubernatorial primary election Tuesday, dealing a blow to the state’s conservative establishment.
Former President Donald Trump expressed his support for Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels ahead of Wisconsin’s Aug. 9 primary election at a rally in Waukesha Friday.