Educator on sexual violence prevention Dr. Keith Edwards spoke to campus members Tuesday at Gordon Dining and Event Center about reframing the issue of rape and sexual violence as a men’s issue, and the ways in which students can act to make a positive change on campus.
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UW–Madison engineers have created an artificial eye that can see in the dark and be used for search-and-rescue robots, surgical scopes, telescopes and recreational purposes, including night photography.
Six panelists from UW-Madison held a town hall meeting Tuesday to address a Jan. 26 incident where photos of Hitler’s face and swastikas were taped to a student’s door in Sellery Hall.
UW-Madison kicked off Black History Month Sunday night with a performance of “We the 350: Stories of Racism, Poverty and Incarceration” at Memorial Union.
UW-Madison students flooded Badger Volunteers registration this weekend, with more than 500 students signing up within the first 24 hours.
In its third year on campus, the Revelry Music and Arts Festival drew just shy of 7,000 students and community members to festival grounds spanning the Memorial Union Terrace and Library Mall Saturday.
Seven hairnet clad students bustled around The Crossing’s small kitchen preparing for the official opening of the Campus Kitchen at UW-Madison Thursday, making dishes that featured ingredients picked up the previous day from Rheta’s Market Place that would have otherwise been thrown out.
The stage was sectioned off with thick velvet ropes that protruded forth into the throngs of students like a runway at New York Fashion Week. The bright rainbow lights and upbeat pop music made Memorial Union’s Great Hall feel like a nightclub.
Approximately 100 students and community members rallied on Library Mall Wednesday with signs that read “Students for $15,” “Poverty Wage Jobs Hold Madison Back” and “Who made your burger? Who made your shirt?”
With an average wage of $8.50 per hour, a UW-Madison student would need to work 38 hours per week to pay for in-state tuition.
Spring break is often seen as a time that college students go wild, converging on warm places like Florida and Mexico, doing what could be objectively considered the opposite of healthy and productive activities.
It’s a good thing I did not buy my ticket for “Fifty Shades of Grey” expecting to be wowed by excellent cinematography, acting, and an artfully constructed story. If you are looking for these things, do not waste your time with this movie. The presence of BDSM sex and fairly prolific nudity were the only things separating the film from a run of the mill melodramatic love story.
The Mixed Race Student Union hosted a panel of UW-Madison staff who explored the difficulties of interracial dating Wednesday.
Loud hip-hop music began to play as contestants entered the room accompanied by thunderous applause and whoops from the audience at The Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant Thursday.
UW-Madison Associate Professor Karma Chávez spoke to students and the public Thursday about her book “Queer Migration Politics” in her talk entitled “Queering Borders: Immigration, Race and Sexuality.”
UW-Madison School of Music’s new recital center will be named in honor of UW alumnni and advisory board members George and Pamela Hamel, whose $15 million donation will help make constructing the building possible, according to a university release.
UW-Madison’s Director of Dining and Culinary Services Joie Schoonover began her robust and varied food service career when she was in fourth grade, sorting silverware for her elementary school cafeteria.
Leg cramps began to set in for Brandon Jaeger at the 18-mile mark. Despite the “grueling” last six miles, Jaeger finished the Madison Marathon Sunday, a race he began training for in July.
The UW-Madison Police Department reported several cases of extreme intoxication during Halloween weekend.
UW-Madison researchers developed see-through brain implant sensors, which will lead to more effective monitoring and research of brain activity, according to a university news release.