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At the two University Health Services locations in Madison, one will find a waiting area similar to a general physician’s office. For years UHS has assisted students with medical care ranging from flu shots to mental health therapy to hosting campus blood donation events throughout the semester.
When most people hear the word ‘prisoner,’ the first thing that comes to mind is the crime they committed, not the state of their mental health at the time.
After obtaining a law degree from UW-Madison, Nicki Vander Meulen attempted to find work as a lawyer, but received rejection after rejection.
If you ask students at UW-Madison what they know about University Health Services’ Mental Health Services on campus, you’ll likely get responses about how it’s convenient, free and student-oriented.
When Hoofers Ambassadors was being developed last spring to promote diversity and inclusion within Hoofers, Megan Gray and Kathryn Bach had a question: Had the perspective of disability been considered?
University Health Services has grappled with a growing mental health problem derived from decreased stigma and increased symptomatology — despite consistently high rankings from the Princeton Review.
Edgewood program emphasizes lack of UW system ability to accomodate students with intellectual disabilities
For years, Brianna Huebner listened to one of her students express her desire to attend college.
“People assume that the only way for Deaf people to survive is to use hearing aids,” wrote UW-Madison student Tobin Zolkowski. “Deaf people do not want to cure their Deafness.”
With a present propulsion to pass the Amputee Coalition’s Insurance Fairness bill, Wisconsin limb difference activists continue to promote insurance equality for all within their community.
Madison Common Council will declare the week of Nov. 18, 2019 Transgender Awareness Week and Nov. 20 Transgender Day of Remembrance at their meeting Tuesday.
Addressing the relationship between substance abuse and incarceration across the state, Attorney General Josh Kaul and Gov. Tony Evers announced the expansion of treatment court and diversion programs during a press conference Monday at the Capitol.
Over the next two months, the Overture Center is planning to selectively display historical documents related to Alexander Hamilton in conjunction with the musical’s arrival in Madison.
Gov. Tony Evers called on the Republican-held Joint Committee on Finance to release funding for homelessness programs Thursday — the last day the Senate was in session until this January.
Langdon Street’s former Neighborhood Resource Officer Damion Figueroa resigned from the Madison Police Department Tuesday.
The Madison Common Council voted to appropriate an additional $166,000 of the 2020 operating budget to hiring three new police officers, as opposed to the initially proposed six, at their meeting on Tuesday evening. Additionally, the council denied a new ambulance to the fire department.
Signed the day of his inauguration, Gov. Tony Evers’ first executive order required state agencies to develop and implement policies preventing discrimination against members of the LGBTQ+ community.
“Sí, se puede,” “Immigrants are here to stay” and “This is what democracy looks like” were chanted from the steps of the Capitol Tuesday. Protesters gathered across the country in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as the U.S. Supreme Court begins their hearing of its case.
An Instagram account proclaiming to be created by a group of Madison West High School students raised concerns last week.
With temperatures rapidly decreasing and an increase of snowy days, Madison’s homeless population faces new difficulties — as windchills reach below 20 degrees, some homeless shelters are already filled to capacity.