Rep. Francesca Hong (D-Madison) and Senator Dale Kooyenga (R-Brookfield) introduced a joint bill to the legislation that marks the month of May as Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month in Wisconsin Tuesday.
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Winters in Madison can be brutally cold, with temperatures dipping below freezing for most of the season.
Rep. Dittrich introduces legislation to ban transgender student athletes from participating in women’s sports
Two new Republican bills would ban transgender student athletes from participating in women’s sports from elementary school through college in Wisconsin.
Republican lawmakers are attempting to change voting laws in Wisconsin to make it more difficult to vote absentee, following a record number of mail-in ballots during the 2020 presidential election.
Gov. Tony Evers delivered his $81 billion 2021-23 budget in a virtual address to the state legislature on Tuesday night that includes legalizing marijuana, expanding Medicaid and helping small businesses recover from financial damage due to the pandemic.
The Teaching Assistant Association (TAA) is working to end mandatory segregated fees for graduate and international workers by calling all graduate assistants to withhold Spring 2021 semester fees until the due date.
The novel ‘Firefly Lane’ was published in 2013 by New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah. This touching novel carries the reader through three decades of friendship, heartache, family and loss. The emotional and relatable book has been turned into a series, which will be released on Netflix on Feb. 3, 2021.
University of Wisconsin System interim President Tommy Thompson claims Republican leaders in the state legislature advised him to not raise tuition in his first budget request.
A study by an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology determined that trips to the bars played a crucial role in the COVID-19 outbreak among UW-Madison students earlier this semester.
Loyal fans of the prime-time medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” were rewarded for their patience when the 17th season premiered on Thursday, Nov. 12. The anxiously awaited return of the longest-running prime-time medical drama in America was well received by its audience with 5.7 million total views. The unexpected hiatus between seasons 16 and 17 left fans hanging with no real finale. The show’s production was abruptly stopped with 4 episodes to finish the 16th season last March, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to protect the staff and actors of the show, the decision was made to discontinue filming, making Grey’s the first prime-time show to do so.
Early voting began Tuesday and will continue through October on the UW-Madison campus. Thirteen designated in-person absentee ballot locations opened and subsequently caused some long lines and waits for students.
A recently published study from a UW-Madison psychology lab found that only a small proportion of individuals commit certain types of racist and discriminatory acts on campus, providing data that could be used to counter intolerance and a lack of inclusivity toward students who come from marginalized backgrounds.
Due to the economic hardships of COVID-19, UW-Madison announced full and partial layoffs of 35 people in its Division of Continuing Studies, or around 18% of its staff.
Missing the companionship of her dog at home, UW-Madison senior Becca Bell decided to bring the comforts of a furry friend to her college apartment.
An effort to recall Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway failed after not meeting the necessary amount of signatures in addition to not turning paperwork in on time.