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The results of UW-Madison's first campus climate survey are in, and the numbers proved what many students already knew to be true — not everyone feels welcome here. And perceptions of the environment are only the tip of the iceberg, as we've seen dozens of hate crimes on university grounds in the past few years.
Upon walking into a lecture hall at UW-Madison, students are almost twice as likely to find a man at the podium than a woman.
The Wisconsin Idea is widely considered to be a testament to the importance of public service. Its spirit is widely cited in bettering the lives of Wisconsinites in areas as diverse as the formulation of labor law to best practices in milking dairy cows.
A piece of legislation proposed by several members of the Associated Students of Madison could urge the university to divest from organizations that have indirectly supported Israel in its ongoing conflict with Palestine.
Three weeks before she turned 18, former UW-Madison student Logan Johnson moved into Sellery Residence Hall in August 2013 to begin her freshman year of college.
After the UW System’s strong tenure policies were cut back last year in a series of moves from the state Legislature and the Board of Regents, many speculated the changes would soon negatively impact the system’s carefully cultivated faculty and staff.
There’s no shortage of alcohol-soaked traditions at college campuses across the country, even within the UW System—whether that’s Oktoberfest at UW-La Crosse, UW-Whitewater’s Spring Splash or the biannual pub crawl in Oshkosh.
Out-of-state students at UW-Madison will face a $4,000 jump in tuition over the next two years after the UW System Board of Regents approved the increase during its meeting Thursday.
Nonresident students at UW-Madison could see a $4,000 hike in tuition over the next two years if a proposed increase goes as planned during the UW System Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
More than 1,000 former UW-Madison law students could have had their social security numbers exposed by a computer hack that occurred Nov. 3, campus officials reported Tuesday.
Nearly a month after Donald Trump’s presidential win, UW-Madison faculty will cast votes Monday on a statement to stand in solidarity with students enrolled under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which protects eligible undocumented youth from deportation.
More than 3,000 UW-Madison employees will not receive proposed salary increases or switch to hourly positions following a federal judge’s recent block of President Barack Obama’s overtime pay rule.
Two years ago, UW-Milwaukee doctoral student and lecturer Stephanie Baran attended a conference where she spoke about the effects racism, sexism and classism have on capitalist practices.
LA CROSSE, Wis.—With more than 40,000 students, a billion dollars in research activity and Big Ten athletics, UW-Madison is not only the flagship university in the UW System, but is also one of the state’s most visible symbols nationally.
A woman who was romantically tied to former UW-Madison basketball coach Bo Ryan filed a lawsuit against eight university officials, claiming defamation and deprivation of due process.
UW-Madison has dropped from its spot in the nation’s top five research institutions for the first time since 1972, following a few tumultuous years of declining state investment in Wisconsin’s flagship university.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank added her name to a statement released Monday that calls for U.S. officials to uphold and expand the 2012 immigration policy Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which protects eligible undocumented youth from deportation.
Inside a corner office in the Student Activity Center every Sunday night, Associated Students of Madison Chair Carmen Goséy and Vice Chair Mariam Coker meet to lay out plans of positive change for the campus.
UW System President Ray Cross asked several leaders of UW-Madison’s student government Wednesday to “influence the decision-makers” who will decide the fate of Wisconsin’s public universities in the state’s upcoming biennial budget.