A group of experts met online for an Election Symposium to discuss the results of a pre-election survey conducted by the Elections Research Center Dec. 4.
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Police and Fire Commission move ahead with finalists for MPD chief as some question process, candidates
Four finalists in the race for a new police chief have been announced by the Madison Police and Fire Commission in a press release, roughly a year after former Madison police chief Mike Koval’s surprise retirement from the force.
UW Health, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), will serve as a distribution center and storage facility for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Wisconsin Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force holds first meeting, discusses data collection concerns
The state government’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force discussed ways to collect better data for missing Indigenous women in Wisconsin at its first ever meeting Friday.
The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition hosted a virtual awards ceremony Friday awarding UW-Madison “for exemplifying the SLSV Coalition’s Guiding Principle of Removing Barriers and Increasing Access.”
Ayomi Obuseh, a local activist and organizer, became the first candidate to announce her campaign for the District 8 Alder position in late November. The UW-Madison student is running to represent the student-majority district which encompasses much of the campus area.
A scientific journal has retracted a 1951 paper written by a UW-Madison professor due to defamatory content toward homosexual participants of a study that attempted to convert them to be straight.
For nearly a month this fall, protesters gathered outside the governor’s mansion to call on Gov. Tony Evers to use his clemency powers to reduce state prison populations due to the spread of COVID-19 in those facilities.
Following Ald. Marsha Rummel’s statement Wednesday that she will not run for re-election, two candidates — Brian Benford and Shawn Matson — have announced their intent to run for her seat representing District 6 on the Madison Common Council.
In a lecture hosted by the Wisconsin Alumni Association on Tuesday, UW-Madison faculty Dr. James Conway, R. Alta Charo and Dr. Jonathan Temte discussed a source of hope during the COVID-19 pandemic: the newly created COVID-19 vaccine.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court refused to take up one of President Donald Trump’s lawsuits Thursday that seeks to overturn Biden’s win in the state.
A study by an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology determined that trips to the bars played a crucial role in the COVID-19 outbreak among UW-Madison students earlier this semester.
A recent complaint against the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) over mistreatment of animal research subjects at UW-Madison is just one item in a decades-long list of grievances animal rights groups have brought against the laboratory.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) approved four of the five proposed legislation at their meeting on Tuesday, demanding divestment from fossil fuels, the ban of face surveillance, leniency for the use and possession of cannabis on campus and class attendance exemption for student poll workers on Election Days.
International student workers haven’t been paid since September, and are likely to lose their jobs altogether
Dozens of international student workers who have been telecommuting to jobs at UW-Madison from outside the U.S. since the semester began in September have yet to be paid for their work.
The Madison City Council voted Tuesday to ban the use of facial recognition technology with exemptions for the Madison Police Department after a divisive debate over the controversial tool.
Assembly Republicans unveiled new COVID-19 legislation Tuesday that did not gain immediate support among Senate Republicans and prompted criticism from Democrats.
Last year, a UW-Madison pre-college program participant filed a federal lawsuit against the university for its response to sexual assault allegations among summer program members. That lawsuit was dismissed this summer, according to court records and new reporting by the Wisconsin State Journal.
Members of the UW-Madison community got their first look inside the university’s Meat Science and Animal Biologics Discover Building on Monday, as the Wisconsin State Journal shared a filmed tour of the MSABD. The UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) figuratively opened the doors to the facility on Nov. 6.
President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and election officials in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Tuesday in a last-ditch attempt to throw out votes in Milwaukee and Dane counties and overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the state.