Chancellor Rebecca Blank signed the Big Ten letter addressed to U.S. House and Senate leaders.
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Oliver Smithies, a renowned geneticist, Nobel laureate and former UW-Madison professor, died Tuesday at the age of 91.
UW-Madison Police Department’s police horse, Vegas, died Tuesday after more than one year of suffering from Degenerative Suspensory Ligament Disease.
Following years of touting a tuition freeze, Gov. Scott Walker announced Tuesday that he aims to actually cut undergraduate in-state tuition at all UW System schools.
Madison Police Department responded to an act of aggravated battery Friday that occurred at the intersection of University Avenue and Hawthorne Court near the UW-Madison campus.
UW-Madison received more than $4.4 million from royalties made off the sale of licensed merchandise in the 2015-’16 fiscal year, exceeding the university’s previous high mark by $561,000.
In closing out the fall semester, The Daily Cardinal looks back at the most newsworthy moments.
University officials announced Friday that Kristen Roman will be the next UW-Madison Police Department chief.
In December 2014, kids filled the lobby of Bascom Hall as professors and teaching assistants held office hours amid the chaos—meanwhile, just down the hall, UW-Madison administration attempted to work through the noise.
The state’s biennial budget might seem complicated, but it has very real effects for the students, faculty, administration and staff that make up the UW System. In the last round, they were forced to absorb a $250 million cut that changed the experiences of students across the state. As the next budget looms, follow The Daily Cardinal’s series on what it could hold for key UW players.
John Francis “Jack” Fowler, professor emeritus of human oncology and medical physics at the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, died Dec. 1 at the age of 91. He taught at UW-Madison from 1988 to 1994 and again from 1999 to 2003.
Out-of-state students at UW-Madison will face a $4,000 jump in tuition over the next two years after the UW System Board of Regents approved the increase during its meeting Thursday.
UW-Madison administrators detailed plans Wednesday for the Black Cultural Center, and how to best provide space for historically marginalized groups on campus to student leaders who critiqued only housing these groups in the Red Gym.
Nearly a month after Donald Trump’s presidential win, UW-Madison faculty will cast votes Monday on a statement to stand in solidarity with students enrolled under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which protects eligible undocumented youth from deportation.
More than 3,000 UW-Madison employees will not receive proposed salary increases or switch to hourly positions following a federal judge’s recent block of President Barack Obama’s overtime pay rule.
Wisconsin’s Group Insurance Board met Wednesday to discuss the future of self-insurance in the state, in a potentially controversial move to change how the government provides health care to its 250,000 employees.
The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery announced UW-Madison alumna Jo Handelsman as its new director Tuesday.
LA CROSSE, Wis.—With more than 40,000 students, a billion dollars in research activity and Big Ten athletics, UW-Madison is not only the flagship university in the UW System, but is also one of the state’s most visible symbols nationally.
A woman who was romantically tied to former UW-Madison basketball coach Bo Ryan filed a lawsuit against eight university officials, claiming defamation and deprivation of due process.
The week after election, I and many others were left with heavy hopelessness and doubt in a country that is supposed to embody equality for all, but inevitably fails to because of its initial seclusion of indigenous people, people of color, women, etc. Some artists at UW-Madison put all that energy of disappointment with society on stage. In a series of movement and dance, UW-Madison Professor Li Chiao-Ping and students capture the essence and conflict of life. The “Weight of Things” confronts what we as humans place value on and what we see as important. The show also addresses the hardships of women and the constraints our society has placed on them, having to live up to standards of beauty while constantly battling within themselves to have as much power as men.