Political activist and author Angela Davis visited UW-Madison students and community members Tuesday evening, inspiring hope and instilling a sense of unity despite what she calls a “hostile national political climate.”
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A sticker labeled with white-nationalist messaging created by extremist group Hundred-Handers was found on campus today.
Madison’s city government has a new look as new Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and a fresh-faced city council were sworn in Tuesday.
As a result of the 2008 Great Recession, a majority of state public education systems have been recovering from budget cuts for more than a decade now. The status of Wisconsin’s recovery is still up for debate.
With all representatives in agreement that the Lincoln Hills School for Boys should close, debates sparked over where to relocate, influencing stalls in construction and questions about the environmental soundness of Outagamie County.
In light of earth week, the WUD Society and Politics Committee hosted a discussion centered around sustainable energy and energy policy as it relates to UW-Madison Monday.
The Wisconsin Black Student Union and the Wisconsin Association for Black Men will host a weekend of competitive team sports in order to engage various student groups with the outdoors.
Attorney General Josh Kaul pulled Wisconsin out of a multi-state lawsuit today that challenged an Environmental Protection Agency analysis regarding increased regulations on hazardous air pollutants.
Congress ideology rankings by the American Conservative Union Foundation highlighted the split partisanship of Wisconsin’s legislators, maintaining the state’s notorious purple reputation.
Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders drew well over a thousand attendees Friday afternoon to James Madison Park, his first appearance in Wisconsin since launching his latest campaign for the Democratic nomination.
To prevent sexual harassment, the UW System joined a nationwide initiative alongside 30 campuses Wednesday.
UW-Madison student-activists spent their Sunday morning walking more than three miles to raise both support and funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
After more than a year of deliberation, UW-Stevens Point humanities majors will be saved from potential cuts — but at a cost.
The UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine is running an online campaign in order to earn the remaining expansion funds that will not be covered by Gov. Tony Evers’ budget.
Babcock Dairy named a new ice cream flavor yesterday honoring soon-to-be retired UW-Madison Varsity Band Director Mike Leckrone for his dedication to the university.
Evers signs executive order commemorating women of Wisconsin’s past aiming to empower future leaders
Nearly 100 years after Wisconsin became the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment, Gov. Tony Evers signed Executive Order #19 with an aim to support women throughout Wisconsin today at the Capitol.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics company at the center of a massive statewide controversy, is set to announce the purchase of a downtown Madison property Friday.
The campus that started a tradition of celebrating planet Earth is connecting back to its environmentalist spirits, while integrating its most recent mission: inclusion.
Oneida Nation Chairman, Tehassi Hill delivered the annual State of the Tribes Address where he aimed to strengthen the relationship between the tribal and state governments Tuesday at the Capitol.
Although the musical “Miss Saigon” closed last Sunday after a six-day stint at the Overture Center for the Arts, presented in partnership with Broadway Across America, conversations surrounding Asian American misrepresentation in the musical are far from over.