You’re perched atop Vilas Hall on an edge of the rooftop. The campus sprawls out beneath you, stray pedestrians going about their day. A perceptive woman notices you. The two of you wave, and then the woman returns to her business. It takes a while, but when classes end you’re still up there. The doors open and the sidewalks start to fill. Give it about 30 seconds. Then, after the crowds of people make it difficult to see the sidewalk below you, take the pebble you brought with you and throw it.
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Some aspects of proposed tenure policies will not fully protect against academic freedom for the UW System, according to a joint statement by the American Association of University Professors and the Wisconsin chapter of the American Federation of Teachers.
Madison officials examined the city’s public safety department emergency preparedness at a Thursday press conference, declaring while they are ready to respond to tragedies, they are looking to improve prevention.
Two experts from the Center for Court Innovation met with Dane County officials Thursday to discuss the restorative justice programs Madison is implementing for 12-to-16-year-olds.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced plans Wednesday to help police and other law enforcement officials better deal with mental health emergencies.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin released details on the public funding for the downtown Judge Doyle Square project, saying the city’s investment represents 25 percent of the total development costs.
The Board of Estimates convened Wednesday to formally discuss Madison Mayor Paul Soglin’s proposed 2016 Capital Budget, focusing on ongoing projects such as the Madison Municipal Building renovations and a new library project.
An intoxicated woman was hit by a moving vehicle on the 300 block of West Gorham Street outside of Chaser’s Bar & Grille in the early hours of Sunday, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
Rates for student and faculty parking permits will not change for the 2015-’16 school year, according to a press release from UW Transportation Services.
Madison police arrested a 21-year-old man, who allegedly attacked two men on the 600 block of State Street on Friday, according to an incident report issued by the Madison Police Department.
UW-Madison scientists identified two new fluorescent tumor-targeting agents that light up brain cancer cells, according to a Jan. 22 press release.
Madison police are now investigating two similar sex offenses in the downtown area following a second report from a victim, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, received his first school board endorsement of his campaign Thursday from Madison School Board member Michael Flores, according to a press release.
For their 2014 campaign Partners in Giving is putting into effect a new online pledging system that allows employees in Dane County to donate money through payroll deductions or credit cards, according to the organization’s website.
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin announced Thursday they shut down one of their establishments, making it the fifth Wisconsin-based outlet to close due to state funding cuts.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department arrested Ryan Loughrin Wednesday for stealing and selling multiple bicycles on campus, according to UWPD Sergeant Aaron Chapin.