Every year, a panel of 15 students allocates $51 million dollars to services around campus. Of that $51 million, more than $1.3 million is given to student organizations that are a part of the General Student Services Fund.
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After months of speculation, a UW-Madison study group recommended that campus confront its past ties to the Klu Klux Klan by addressing struggles of current underrepresented students.
Shortly after midnight, University of Wisconsin Police deployed pepper spray when arresting a man in Memorial Library, according to an incident report.
The Daily Cardinal asked a student, farmers, an expert and the Wisconsin Secretary of Agriculture what they think is the future of Wisconsin’s agriculture.
In August the university created a task force to advise UW-Madison on how to grapple with its past affiliation with the Ku Klux Klan. The chancellor’s announcement asked for suggestions from the group by Dec. 1, 2017 — and that deadline has come and gone.
The UW System has failed to develop a comprehensive IT security program, leaving transactions, payroll information and student data vulnerable, according to a new report released Tuesday.
Two years ago University Health Services got a 17.5 percent increase to their budget — a massive jump from their average yearly increase of two to four percent — in order to expand their mental health services.
The UW System chief of staff and vice president of University Relations was arrested for drunk driving while out of town for a Board of Regents meeting this fall — Tuesday morning she resigned her post.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin officially announced his bid for governor on Wednesday morning after months of speculation.
The Associated Students of Madison passed a $1,384,870.04 budget for 2019 — overriding some changes made to the initial proposal by the finance committee. Repeatedly, representatives debated what level of involvement in ASM warranted a salary, and voiced concern that if positions weren’t paid they wouldn't be accessible to students who need a paying job to support themselves.
With a Wisconsin accent and growing beard for No-Shave-November, Charlie Berens walked up to the fifth floor of Vilas Hall after sleeping on a plane. The J-School alum and former Daily Cardinal arts writer was in town for the Michigan game and spent the afternoon chatting with current Badgers. In his time away from Madison, Berens moved around a lot, taking risks and networking as a TV-broadcaster in Dallas before transitioning into satire and comedy.
After months of back and forth between campuses, system leaders, and legislators, the regents approved Thursday new rules for allocating student dollars. Now, as mandated by the Joint Finance Committee UW System schools will have uniform categories for fees.
The UW System will move forward with its “most significant re-organization” in over 45 years — a sweeping merge of the system’s two-year and four-year colleges — even though many questions remain unanswered.
The grey building of the UW Foundation and Alumni Association sits at 1848 University Avenue only a short drive away Bascom Hall. It may not look like much from the outside — but on the inside, it’s home to a multi-billion dollar endowment that supports the whole of UW-Madison.
The business school announced Wednesday it will not suspend their MBA program after hearing from shocked students and alumni.
Industrial hemp can’t get you high, but it's still outlawed. Lawmakers think legalizing it could help farmers.
State lawmakers are circulating a proposal to legalize industrial hemp in the state. While previously outlawed, supporters say legalizing the crop could create opportunities for farmers.
The UW-Madison Police Department apprehended a person of interest in the attempted abduction on Observatory Drive last week.
The Wisconsin Association of Black Men is suing the Student Services Finances Committee.
Gordon’s Flamingo Run began accepting food stamps this Monday — and they’ve already had their first transaction.
Ryan Ring has been involved in student government ever since seventh grade, and when he arrived at UW-Eau Claire in 2015 he settled into committees on the student government association before working his way to a student senate position.