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UW-Oshkosh will end its partnership with Reach Counseling — the service that has provided the campus with sexual violence and assault support for more than 15 years.
“I, for one, prefer a cold glass of cow’s milk to a cup of almond beverage any day,” exclaimed Sen. Howard Marklein, R-Spring Green, upon introducing “Truth in Food Labeling.”
A 19-year-old female was sexually assaulted in a car Saturday night, according to the Madison Police Department.
Protestors took to the Madison streets on Friday as part of a global climate strike, searching for community-based improvements and demands from global leaders.
Wisconsin State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor told hundreds of people gathered in the Capitol’s rotunda Thursday she is “more energized than ever to make a difference,” during her first State of Education address.
UW-Madison Study Abroad partnered with The Council on International Education and Exchange to give away 225 free passports Wednesday in an attempt to promote study abroad programs to a more diverse student body.
The Madison City Council voted on Wednesday to approve a resolution asking the Air Force to reconsider housing F-35 fighter jets at Truax Field.
Leaders of the Student Affairs Administration team came to the Associated Students of Madison’s student council meeting Wednesday night to discuss and answer questions about how they can support students in the coming year.
Cases of severe lung illnesses related to vaping are spreading across the country — and Madison is not exempt from the epidemic.
The Wisconsin Judiciary and Public Safety Committee convened in a public hearing at the Capitol Tuesday to discuss a bill that would allow district attorneys to deliver felony charges to those who injure nurses.
In its second meeting of the academic year, the Associated Students of Madison’s Equity & Inclusion Committee set goals for the semester, mainly focusing on improving the inclusivity of trainings on campus.
At 6:27 a.m. this morning, students received an off-campus WiscAlert notifying them of a burglary on the 200 block of Langdon Street.
Legislators from both sides of the aisle came together in hopes of updating legislation regarding child safety seat laws at the capitol Tuesday afternoon alongside medical professionals.
Various neighbors and businesses are organizing to oppose expansion plans for the Salvation Army’s homeless shelter on the Near East Side of Madison due to concerns of increased crime.
Today, the Latinx Cultural Center and Latinx Heritage Month Planning Committee held the first Latinx Student Orientation in UW-Madison history.
Gov. Tony Evers and Department of Administration Sec.-Designee Joel Brennan will travel to six state courthouses on Tuesday to announce openings for more than 60 assistant district attorney positions.
Gov. Tony Evers signed Executive Order #45 on Monday to address the ongoing phenomenon of retirement insecurity throughout Wisconsin.
The autumn breeze of September signals stressful back-to-school time, meaning a shopping frenzy and navigating new schedules.
UW-Eau Claire junior Kayde Langer woke up Sunday morning to find one of her door decorations defaced with a racist message on the floor.