After much anticipation for protests during a speech by controversial libertarian political scientist Charles Murray Wednesday, the only disturbance came from a brief fire alarm.
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The outgoing Associated Students of Madison chair called UW-Madison an institution that “lacks the capacity, courage, and integrity to protect communities of color” in a letter addressed to the campus community—signing it as “your woke, ratchet 23rd ASM Chair Carmen Goséy.”
Answering the year-old demands of #TheRealUW movement to provide a hub for UW-Madison’s black community, the university opened the Black Cultural Center Wednesday in the Red Gym.
Former ASM Chair Carmen Goséy issued a letter to the campus community condemning UW-Madison's treatment of students of color.
“Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis” is the 2017-’18 selection for Go Big Read, the university announced in a release Tuesday.
UW-Madison’s Faculty Senate unanimously approved a statement Monday in support of transgender rights for students, faculty and staff on campus.
For many representatives of the Associated Students of Madison, the Monday night elections of the body’s 24th session leadership signaled a fresh start for the group, which concluded a year of battles with the legislature, administration and other campus groups over a multitude of student issues.
In a city overrun by restaurants and health-conscious grocery stores, it can be difficult to start a conversation about hunger.
Chancellor Blanke invited Ellen Samuels, a professor in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, to introduce the resolution.
Morrison said she is excited to lead the body's 24th session. Here, she is pictured on the night of ASM's election.
Upon walking into a lecture hall at UW-Madison, students are almost twice as likely to find a man at the podium than a woman.
With a vibrating buzz or a quiet ding, a student at Camp Randall Stadium for this year’s commencement would have checked their phone two dozen times to find warnings of nearby sexual assaults during their last four years at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison College Republicans called on state legislators “make every effort to end” the Associated Students of Madison—the student shared governance body—in the wake of controversial divestment legislation.
A woman reported being touched inappropriately by a man she did not know at a Thursday night dance class at Union South.
An Associated Students of Madison bill that asked UW-Madison to provide free tuition to black students as reparations for slavery earned national media attention in February, and now it’s inspiring student governments nationally too.
After a historic presidential election featured a woman Democratic nominee, representatives from the Associated Students of Madison are forming a new student organization to train more women to run and take office.
Some members of the UW-Madison’s student government and other campus groups demanded Thursday that Chancellor Rebecca Blank step down following the university’s condemnation of the Associated Students of Madison’s divestment legislation.
After a month of debates, walkouts and lawsuits, UW-Madison’s student government unanimously passed wide-ranging divestment legislation Wednesday—but an amendment naming Israel was once again the main point of contention.
Competition for an acceptance letter from the Wisconsin School of Business is already high—the college is one of the top 30 business schools in the nation, according to Businessweek’s 2016 rankings. But some fear changes to direct admissions and credit limits on applications could make the competition extra difficult for transfer students.
To save state money and generate an estimated $60 million in revenue to successfully fulfill his K-12 funding plan, Gov. Scott Walker proposed to shift the way Wisconsin insures its public workers.