New confirmed cases of COVID-19 are rising in Wisconsin as public health officials warn about the spread of variants in the state.
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Meet Izzie, a 12-year-old black Labrador Retriever therapy dog. Izzie loves visiting the University of Wisconsin campus and spending quality time with students, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she has become accustomed to long days at home with her owner Todd Trampe.
Jewish students across University of Wisconsin System colleges are frustrated as the start of the 2021-22 academic year coincides with Rosh Hashanah, and the UW System has no plans to change course.
Provost shuts down task force after recommending retroactive disruption grading options for the fall 2020 semester
One day after announcing it would offer pass/fail grading for the spring semester, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Office of the Provost dissolved the student-led Academic Policies Task Force that recommended those policies.
The Associated Students of Madison Equity and Inclusion Committee encouraged students to reach out to Wisconsin government leaders on Thursday, as part of their efforts to support transgender athletes.
Tomorrow the Wisconsin Badgers will play their first game of the postseason when they take on Northwestern in a quarterfinal matchup at McClimon Field.
This year’s March Madness tournament represented a distraction from the pandemic and a beacon of hope to regain a tradition that 2020 stole. Both fans and brands were exceptionally excited for the 2021 March Madness tournament to commence after last year’s had to be abruptly canceled when our country entered a state of lockdown and fear. After a difficult year, a sense of normalcy can finally be seen on the horizon as more people are receiving vaccines and everyone’s favorite spring tournament returned.
How is the Madison art community adapting to financial challenges during the pandemic? We also discuss the cost of attendance at UW-Madison and why it is higher than other UW campuses. Finally, we learn where food deserts exist in Madison and how to increase access to nutritious food. This is all covered today in our 2-part episode series on the Cardinal’s spring 2021 action project issue Wealth and Poverty, hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp. Guests: Emily Knepple, Samantha Benish and Forrest Ziebell
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul and two Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation Thursday that would allow the attorney general to investigate and file lawsuits over civil rights violations.
The UW-Madison School of Pharmacy is launching a master’s degree program in psychedelic drug therapy in the fall of 2021, the first of its kind in the nation.
Baseball is a rare example of how the coexistence of dynamism and traditionalism can sustain an institution that appreciates its past as much as it yearns to shape its future. After over a century and a half of baseball, the rules remain as unchanged as the flow of the game itself and the reliable cadence of the long season that spans from the end of spring to the beginning of fall.
The Wisconsin Companion Animal Resource, Education and Social Services clinic recognized a recent surge in requests for veterinary services for owners experiencing financial hardship.
It’s from China. #ChineseVirus. F *ck the Chinese Government.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday that the vaccination clinic at the Alliant Energy Center will receive federal support from FEMA beginning Wednesday.
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.
Discussions on “misinformation” or “disinformation” campaigns have ravaged American political life in recent years, and they have served as a one of the primary catalysts for the political divide which we are facing today. Aside from politics, misinformation has been allowed to seep into other areas of American life, so much so that one of the largest inhibitors to progress in this country is not a difference of beliefs — but a difference of fundamental facts. Misinformation has infected science and medical fields, and it has allowed conspiracy theories to run rampant.
A new round of Covid-19 related stimulus checks are currently being distributed to millions of individuals throughout the United States. While many people are anxiously awaiting the $1400, Rodney Leffler, who was claimed as a dependent on his parents’ taxes, is relieved to not be getting one.
President Biden’s German shepherd puppy, Major has been making national news headlines all around America for his involvement in two newsworthy biting incidents. While Major has been put on blast for these aggressive acts, no one knows or can possibly understand what the dog has been through.
As the weather becomes more pleasant and COVID-19 vaccinations continue to rollout, a surge in weekend festivities can be seen throughout Madison, Wisconsin. Naturally, these festivities include heavy substance abuse in true Wisconsin-fashion. This annual springtime trend can be seen in places such as the “Mifflin Slums,” where the melting snow is steadily replaced with debris from white plastic tables and crushed Natty Ice cans.
Juliana Bennett was elected to represent the UW campus on the Madison Common Council in Tuesday’s city-wide election of local officials. Other victors include Patrick Heck, District 2, and Nikki Conklin, District 9.