Many students who receive services from the McBurney Disability Resource Center require the use of laptops in class, which can lead to a lack of privacy in a class that does not allow the use of technology.
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After more than 50 years, Babcock Dairy Hall will see modernization.
The number of students with McBurney Disability Resource Center VISAS soared over 10 years, causing the center to embark on mental health awareness initiatives.
UW-Madison issued a crime warning after the UW-Madison Police Department "stumbled upon" a sexual assault that occurred in an unknown fraternity Saturday.
DiMarco’s presentation is part of the Wisconsin Union Directorate Distinguished Lecture Series and is cosponsored by The McBurney Disability Resource Center.
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UW-Madison, along with 800 other colleges and universities, signed a letter petioning members of Congress to implement legislation that would protect Dreamers.
Dane County has seen a noticeable spike in opioid and heroin-related overdoses since 2000.
The Frequency, a music venue in downtown Madison, suspended hip-hop performances at its venue twice in three years.
United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan will speak at UW-Madison at 4 p.m. in Shannon Hall in Memorial Union Friday.
UW-Madison employees will be required to take an online sexual violence prevention education course as part of the university’s efforts to crack down on sexual assault and harassment on campus.
College Republicans asked state legislators to reintroduce the opt-out proposal and to stand with them in opposition to the Associated Students of Madison, which is funded by and controls student segregated fees.
Many students turn to LinkedIn to connect with employers.
The Dirty Birds celebrating their 7-5 victory in a softball game against the Badger Herald in 2016. Analysts say the margin will be much larger this year, which has prompted speculation that the Gentle Clowns might not show up Saturday.
Dean of Students Lori Berquam shared in a statement Friday she will be seen sporting “fun hats” after she begins chemotherapy next week following a diagnosis with breast cancer.
Four UW-Madison administrators are currently under investigation for alleged discrimination.
The Tonight program will replaced by U Got This!, which opens to first year and transfer students Aug. 1.
An ongoing investigation into a downtown homicide reported earlier this week has identified the victim in the case to be 46-year-old Andrew G. Nesbitt.
The Associated Students of Madison will see a change in representation on Student Council when the Student Judiciary completes the reapportionment process.