The Farm Center at the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection joined a multi-state effort on Friday aimed at strengthening farmers’ mental wellness.
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The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) met Tuesday to propose new legislation calling for renewable energy at UW-Madison, continue payment for employees telecommuting during the pandemic and recap a Big-Ten-Wide push towards a pass/fail option for the Fall 2020 semester.
On Oct. 27, UW-Madison leaders emailed surveys to both undergraduate and graduate students asking for their thoughts and experiences concerning the university’s approach to the pandemic and any challenges they encountered, according to a Nov. 18 report by student life writer Doug Erickson.
The Madison City Council unanimously passed ordinances to decriminalize the public use of cannabis under 28 grams at its Tuesday meeting.
UW-Madison added another rapid antigen testing facility at the Kohl Center Wednesday for surge testing available to students and employees.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) released a statement on Friday calling for UW-Madison to place Rich Yaeger, a UW employee who drove his motorcycle through a group of protesters in Capitol Square, on unpaid leave.
Gov. Tony Evers released a legislation package Tuesday intended to alleviate the worsening COVID-19 pandemic in Wisconsin as the state recorded its highest single-day death toll.
Public Health Madison & Dane County has declared a new emergency order effective Wednesday that will completely prohibit indoor gatherings and limit outdoor gatherings to ten people.
The investigation into the alleged shooting of 24-year-old Black man Elliot Johnson that spurred protest and calls for police transparency seems to have come to a conclusion as Dane County officials announce no potential criminal court liability for the City of Monona Police Officer involved in the death.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has worked with 13 UW System campuses to implement “surge testing” sites following a donation of 250,000 BinaxNOW rapid antigen tests from health care company Abbott.
More than a dozen counties and municipalities in Wisconsin voted in favor of an advisory referendum for a nonpartisan redistricting process on Nov. 3.
A lot has changed on campus this year due to the ongoing pandemic. The vast majority of classes are held virtually, residence halls have serious restrictions and there are little-to-no activities going on across campus.
With an increase in the COVID-19 case average and an all-time high in reported hospitalizations, Dane County officials advise people to stay home and celebrate the upcoming holidays responsibly.
UW-Madison advised students who travel for the Thanksgiving holiday to not return to campus until the spring semester in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
A lawsuit filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court in Green Bay seeks to throw out votes cast in Milwaukee, Dane and Menominee counties.
Gov. Tony Evers’ administration will not place the annual holiday tree in the Capitol rotunda this year as the building remains closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“You taste the gas, you smell the gas, you feel the gas”: Banned in warfare but not in riots, why activists are questioning the use of tear gas
Protest was at the front of everyone’s mind this summer, as police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor stirred up a movement for racial and social justice with a magnitude not seen in 60 years.
UW Black Student Union march facilitates conversation, understanding amid disruptive counter protesters
UW-Madison students and city residents gathered at the state Capitol on Nov. 1 for a march hosted by the Wisconsin Black Student Union (WBSU) to promote unity and provide a safe space for conversations between Black students and allies.
The UW-Madison Police Department (UWPD) is stumped after a rare 25-foot tall Algonquin Pillar Swiss Mountain Pine Tree was cut down and taken from the UW Arboretum sometime between Nov. 5 and Nov. 9, 2020. Police are referring to it as the “Pine Crime”.
Teams from the Centers for Disease Control implemented two probes on the UW-Madison community this week, one within the UW football team and another testing the student body for COVID-19 antibodies.