One year ago, students were packing themselves into bars, fraternities and house parties. They’d meet new people, travel and drink freely in confined spaces — COVID-19 was only an overlooked whisper. Now, in February 2021, the college drinking scene undoubtedly looks very different than it did last year.
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Local officials have identified a new and more infectious strain of COVID-19 has arrived in Dane County.
A robust COVID-19 testing plan is at the forefront of university efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 across the UW-Madison campus, but some students are reporting the university’s saliva-based testing has given them false positive test results, forcing themselves and acquaintances into isolation.
As Wisconsin reaches over 1.2 million COVID-19 vaccinations distributed, statistics show racial disparities in who has access to the doses.
New legislation from ASM denounces xenophobic and transphobic groups, supports COVID-19 vaccine efforts
The Associated Students of Madison on Tuesday voted to endorse two statements from student organizations denouncing xenophobia and transphobia on campus.
Chancellors from UW-River Falls, UW-Stout and UW-Eau Claire have pledged to plan for a fall semester with in-person classes and “a traditional college experience.”
UniverCity Alliance aims to improve the sustainability, resilience, livability and general well-being of communities by partnering with UW-Madison.
An initiative to erect a statue in honor of Vel Phillips — a prominent civil rights activist and the first Black woman to graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School — at the Wisconsin State Capitol is more than halfway past its fundraising goal.
Republican lawmakers are attempting to change voting laws in Wisconsin to make it more difficult to vote absentee, following a record number of mail-in ballots during the 2020 presidential election.
Gov. Tony Evers recommended about $1 billion for building projects within the UW System as part of his nearly $2.4 billion Capital Budget unveiled Monday.
Local health officials announced Friday that they will launch a mass COVID-19 vaccination effort for Dane County teachers and school staff, as Madison Metropolitan School District is set to return to the classroom in phases on March 9.
Two leaders of the Associated Students of Madison released a memorandum on Sunday outlining alleged lobbying efforts by UW-Madison administration relating to the funding of UW facilities and services with segregated fees.
Madison city officials announced plans to extend programs and funding opportunities for small businesses to boost the local economy in a press briefing Thursday.
In the past few weeks, Rep. Deb Andraca, a first-year Democrat in the state Assembly from the Milwaukee suburbs, has gained unexpected fame on TikTok. Before her most popular TikTok, posted two days before Valentine’s Day, Andraca only had about 18 followers.
Students volunteered at a monthly food pantry Saturday to serve Madison individuals facing homelessness. The pantry at First United Methodist Church provides students an opportunity to give back to their community.
The UW-Madison Police Department is implementing additional measures to vet outside police officers that will work the 2021-22 Wisconsin football games, according to UWPD Chief Kristen Roman.
Like all problems with the apartment, it started with an inconvenience.
UW-Madison administration expressed concern about a recent surge in COVID-19 cases among the campus community in a Friday morning email to students.
The Student Services Finance Committee discussed budgets for RecWell and the Wisconsin Union Thursday night, prompting tense discussion on the ethics of raising segregated fees during a pandemic.
In the 2021-23 budget package Gov. Evers presented Tuesday, an additional $191 million is allocated towards the UW System — doubling the number UW officials asked for and marking the largest state funding increase in nearly two decades.