For the first time in 18 years, the Madison Common Council passed the city’s 2024 budget in just one six-hour meeting.
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Just one step inside the BelAir Cantina restaurant and the mouthwatering smell of food rolled over me. I hadn’t been feeling too hungry prior to getting on the waitlist but suddenly I was ravenous.
UW-Madison unveils plans to relocate Zoe Bayliss cooperative to Phillips Residence Hall despite leadership and resident concerns
The Zoe Bayliss Women’s Cooperative is one of the few remaining student housing co-op in the state of Wisconsin. As plans for the construction of new Levy Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison grow ever-nearer, the future of the co-op, at its current location, remains hanging in the balance.
While the Wunk Sheek community garden is not the first student garden in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s history, or even the first in the Wunk Sheek’s history, it is certainly one of the newest — planted for the first time just this past summer.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank detailed her hopes and fears for bills that have been passed by the Wisconsin State Legislature in a university statement on Wednesday. They await being signed into law by Governor Tony Evers, or being vetoed.
Have you ever talked to someone online who was too perfect? Too suave? Too mysterious? Too elusive? Have you ever wondered if they were too good to be true? Or — like me — have you simply spent too much time watching Nev Shulman track down people who lie online?
American activist and whistleblower Chelsea Manning values community building.
“Good morning and welcome to the Spring 2022 semester. We wish you a safe and successful start to the new year,” read the first post of the semester on the official University of Wisconsin-Madison Instagram on Tuesday. The post came amid discussion and concern among the campus community about the university’s COVID-19 response plan for the spring semester.
The University of Wisconsin System announced Thursday that a committee dedicated to finding candidates to replace University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank had been formed.
With the University of Wisconsin-Madison welcoming its largest freshman class in history for the 2022-23 school year, the cost of living in on-campus housing has been at the forefront of minds across the campus community.
Bascom Hill was crowded as the campus community watched the historic raising of the Ho-Chunk flag over the University of Wisconsin-Madison Friday morning — the first time a different nation’s flag flew on Bascom.
Picture this: you’re walking into your dorm building as a bright-eyed freshman, excited to acclimate yourself to living away from home and learning to be an adult. What you don’t know is that you won’t be living in your building alone. And no, I don’t mean with your roommate.
Chancellor Blank reflects on achievements and the future of UW-Madison in State of the University address
Chancellor Rebecca Blank delivered the annual State of the University address on Monday, Oct. 4, walking the Faculty Senate through the triumphs of the recent past and the challenges the University of Wisconsin-Madison continues to face.
The first meeting of the Equity and Inclusion Committee (EIC) was hosted on Tuesday by the Associated Students of Madison. The committee is dedicated to making space for students to advocate for social justice and inclusivity on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.