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The F-35 jets could cause peak noise levels of over 100 decibels — the same volume produced by jackhammer — according to the environmental impact study.
Administration and students across many UW System institutions are eager to make dining sustainable through reusable to-go containers and campus-wide straw bans.
UW System’s tumultuous funding history continues to be felt over a decade after the 2008 Great Recession.
International LGBT students struggle to find a place on campus to feel included.
While the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business reported an increase in women working in business schools, female faculty within the UW System said there could always be more.
Days before the window of opportunity closes for comments on the Department of Education’s proposed Title IX changes, Chancellor Rebecca Blank and the Associated Students of Madison voiced their opinion that they lack protections for survivors.
International teaching assistants face unique struggles and stressors, while still prioritizing their students' education.
Gordon Dining implements new strategies to cut down on food waste.
Following the 2015 budget cuts from the Walker administration, concerns for the value of higher education flew around the state. Three years later, students and staff are convicted in their belief that the UW System will provide a prosperous future.
While the state’s justice department joined 19 others in suing the Affordable Care Act, some fear the risks to eliminating the law, for both the young and old, are greater than they appear.
The $23 return for every dollar invested goes towards creating jobs and taxes as they circle the state, according to the updated economic impact survey.
UW-Madison and statewide policies, including altering the payment of segregated fees, resulted in several protests hosted by UW-Madison's Teaching Assistant Association calling on the university to alter financial changes.
As the public debate over the impact of undocumented immigration rages on, a new study from a UW-Madison professor shows a negative relationship between the contentious phenomenon and violent crime.
Though Wisconsinites prepare to celebrate Earth Day this weekend, many conservationists fear the state has taken a step back when it comes to protecting the planet.
Larger farms have caused large environmental problems for water contamination and soil health, most presently caused by the huge quantity of manure in this state.
Conservatives celebrate the signing of Gov. Scott Walker’s welfare reforms into law, which increase the work requirements and other eligibility standards required to receive public assistance.