Yes, there is slavery in Madison, according to the student organization Force for Freedom, which used the response to raise awareness of modern-day slavery during a petition-signing event Tuesday.
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UW-Madison hopes to pilot a program that would slash student textbook prices by large margins, according to a university official.
Eight UW-Madison academic staff are being honored for their contributions to UW-Madison—including studies on unconscious bias in hiring—with 2017 Academic Staff Excellence Awards. Chancellor Rebecca Blank will present the awards.
Two former UW-Madison academic staff are suing the state for declining to cover necessary gender reassignment medical treatment under their state employee insurance coverage.
The UW-Madison School of Music will be moving into its new home as soon as late 2018 with a grand opening scheduled for Spring 2019.
Despite an April Fools joke teasing about headliners Migos and Noname playing the Revelry Music and Arts Festival, the event has been permanently cancelled.
UW-Madison alumnus Matthew Desmond’s book was not only the pick for Go Big Read this year, but also for a Pulitzer.
One of Madison’s most popular destinations will be re-opening for the summer Thursday, providing another boost for students enjoying the recent spell of warm weather.
Standing and shouting to disrupt a Board of Regents meeting February 2016, a group of students who were a part of the BlackOut movement read a list of six demands aimed at improving diversity and inclusion at UW-Madison.
Four UW-Madison administrators are currently being investigated for allegedly discriminating against a student, according to the student filing the complaint and university officials.
Supporting cancer research is an around-the-clock endeavor for survivors and their supporters, as experienced by participants who walked around a track for 24 consecutive hours at Colleges against Cancer’s annual Relay for Life Friday.
Turning Point USA—a national conservative organization with chapters on college campuses across the country—operates with the intent of convincing millennials the conservative message and goals are right for their community.
UW-Madison Police Department responded to reports of disorderly conduct from a patient claiming to be armed at University Hospital Saturday, according to an incident report.
First Generation English Majors, a new student organization, will provide a support network for first-generation students who may experience feelings of not belonging at the university, according to club advisor Karen Redfield.
Despite having already removed multiple members this school year, Student Services Finance Committee passed legislation Thursday allowing unlimited excused absences rather than a bill that would have made it more difficult for members struggling with attendance to return to the committee.
This Thursday and Friday, the Board of Regents will approve or dismiss a slate of issues that have been discussed at UW-Madison throughout the semester.
In classrooms across the country, students might be scolded for using “ain’t” instead of “isn’t.” But a UW-Madison student is working to erase the stigma against Ebonics, also known as African-American Vernacular English.
UW-Madison will begin a pilot program to provide free menstrual products to students starting this month.
Both UW-Madison and city police say they would permit their officers to wear hijabs while on duty, a move that sets them apart from other departments around the country that either do not allow officers to wear religious head coverings or do not have a clear policy on the matter.
Everyone’s favorite badger made his modeling debut Wednesday, showing off UW-Madison’s new commencement attire that adds a “splash of Badger red” to the previously all-black gowns.