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The Associated Students of Madison gathered via video conference to pass a resolution supporting UW-Madison’s efforts toward a Fair Trade University Certification.
The UW System Board of Regents passed tuition increases at six campuses, affecting non-resident undergraduates and both in-state and out-of-state graduate students.
The Associated Students of Madison passed a resolution calling Chancellor Rebecca Blank to sign a renewable energy commitment, which requires setting sustainability goals and creating a timeline.
UW-Madison student and Wunk Sheek co-president Michael Williams had a unique view on what the word “colonization” means in the sense of First Nations’ reclaiming their truth.
Host of hidden camera show “What Would You Do?” John Quiñones gave the keynote address at UW-Madison’s 2019 Diversity Forum Tuesday, sharing his journey as a TV reporter and encouraging everyone to be active bystanders.
The owner of the Rastafarian Church’s building, at 555 W. Mifflin St., filed eviction proceedings against the establishment’s owners in June.
Three experts participated in a panel looking into what’s driving increasing higher education costs, as well as its effects and potential solutions.
The Menard family gave UW-La Crosse $2.1 million for College of Business Administration scholarships, research and real-world learning experiences for students.
In August 2018, Foxconn pledged to invest $100 million in research and an engineering facility at UW-Madison, but the university reported only receiving $70,000 so far.
The Teaching Assistants’ Association protested on Bascom Hill today to advocate for higher wages, the elimination of segregated fees and the international student fee and workplace policies involving shared governance.
Leaders in UW System student governments share their goals for the fall semester from improving mental health services to expanding public transportation.
Police shut down the Lion of Judah, House of Rastafari church, which has caused controversy over problematic Facebook posts, accusations of cultural appropriation, and distribution of marijuana to its members.
Individuals of all ages gathered in front of the Capitol to protest abortion restrictions and show their support for Roe v. Wade in light of Alabama’s recent abortion ban.