A UW-Milwaukee police officer shot a man on campus near the Peck School’s Fine Arts complex Tuesday morning.
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Alleging unequal pay and opportunity along with a hostile work environment for female doctors, a UW Health anesthesiologist sued the former head of her department and the UW System Board of Regents.
A lack of representatives at the Associated Students of Madison student council meeting coupled with a lack of communication caused the council to be called late and adjourn mid-session Wednesday.
A body was found floating in Lake Mendota near Lake Street early Friday morning.
Nails’ Tales, the towering sculpture of footballs standing just outside Camp Randall, may soon be non-existent as UW-Madison makes plans to renovate the area around the university landmark.
After a 2018 survey demonstrated alcohol amplifies racial tensions for students of color, Associated Students of Madison’s Student Council met with the study’s authors to learn more about their findings Wednesday night.
The Wisconsin Union Directorate Society and Politics Committee hosted a roundtable discussion to address campus safety initiatives Wednesday evening.
The UW-Madison student who assaulted a university police officer in Witte Residence Hall earlier this week now faces two felony charges.
The UW System Board of Regents have signed a five-year deal with the Education Advisory Board to improve retention and graduation rates Tuesday.
The Society of Women Engineers held a welding seminar where women in the engineering college were able to come to the Technical Education and Manufacturing lab and make their own union chairs on Tuesday evening.
UW-Madison graduate schools once again ranked among the best in the nation, according to new findings by U.S. News & World Report.
University Health Services Suicide Prevention Coordinator Valerie Donovan discussed the climate of suicide on UW-Madison’s campus, along with ways students can connect to mental health support, at an Evidence-based Health Policy Project brief at the Wisconsin Capitol.
The UW-Milwaukee professor who was charged for sexual assault last week emphasized his role in the student’s success at the university prior to assaulting her, according to a criminal complaint.
University of Wisconsin System schools, including UW-Madison, are launching a new initiative that will modernize administrative processes in response to the expanding teaching and research environment on campuses across the state.
Following the resignation and retirement of two UW System chancellors in the past four months, the Board of Regents will soon have two chancellor searches underway.
In a 1 percent uptick from last year’s spring voter turnout, the Associated Students of Madison elected new representatives for the 26th session Wednesday.
UW-Madison created a mental health task force focused on enhancing the quality of services and support at the university. The task force will be charged with developing innovative ideas to meet the increasing need for mental health awareness for students on campus.
Following allegations of sexual misconduct, a participant of the Pre-College Enrichment Program for Learning Experience filed a lawsuit against UW-Madison.
Worldwide acceptance and visibility of those who identify as LGBTQ became more prevalent on U.S. college campuses in 2018 with events and celebrations held to create a more welcoming environment to all students.
Associated Students of Madison hosted a program called “New People New Voices,” to allow an interactive forum to discuss identity on Tuesday Evening.