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This past Thursday, College Democrats of UW-Madison elected to endorse student candidates Max Prestigiacomo and Elena Haasl for the upcoming April 7 elections for District 8 Alder and District 5 County Board of Supervisors respectively.
Albert Colom, the UW-Eau Claire administrator under investigation for gender-based discrimination, stepped down from his leadership role effective immediately yet will remain employed by the university until September.
Amid coronavirus outbreaks in Italy, CET Academic Programs has offered two options to current UW-Madison students in Florence: depart home to the U.S. for three weeks, study remotely and return before March 23 or remain in Florence and continue attending classes in person.
Playing hooky. Cutting class. Skipping school.
“We don’t have a teacher shortage. We have a teacher exodus,” said Nicki Vander Meulen, school board member and clerk for the Madison Metropolitan School District, with a clear air of frustration.
Advanced Placement classes give students the ability to get a head start to earning their degrees, saving both time and money — however, students in rural environments don’t always have access to the same opportunities.
Although Wisconsin — like most states in America — must implement the histories of marginalized communities in their school curricula, the effects of this education still show wide gaps in quality.
Six people were killed this Wednesday afternoon after a shooter opened fire on the Milwaukee campus of Molson Coors.
An estimated two million Wisconsinites would see a tax cut thanks to the Republicans’ $200 million tax plan sent to Gov. Tony Evers last Thursday.
This past Friday, former Badger football player Marcus Randal El was charged by the Rock County District Attorney’s Office with two counts of first-degree murder in relation to the deaths of two Janesville women.
With statewide redistricting currently locked in a battle between the governor and state Legislature, Wisconsinites will have a chance to vote to bring fairness to the redistricting process at a local level.
U.S. Air Force officials say Madison is an ideal location for an F-35 fighter jets base despite some concerns from the community about health and environmental impact.
UW System President Ray Cross announced four finalists in the UW-Green Bay chancellor search Wednesday.
Republican legislators passed a bill with a $250 million income tax cut, but Gov. Tony Evers seems likely to veto the bill because of a lack of funding for public schools.
Wisconsin is facing a deficit in caregiver positions after a new report revealed 1 in 4 positions in the state’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities are currently open.
UW-Milwaukee University Relations rejected a poster for a talk titled “Academic Freedom in the Age of Trump” for its “partisan tone” last week, according to professors sponsoring the event.
Madison voter turnout in Wisconsin’s Spring Primary was up 4.5 percent from last year’s February election as voters cast their ballots Tuesday for the State Supreme Court and Madison School Board.
The State Assembly passed a bipartisan, 13-bill plan to address Wisconsin’s water quality crisis on Feb. 18 to ensure that Wisconsin has money specifically saved to provide clean and safe water.
A law firm representing a UW-River Falls student is threatening to sue the university for limiting students’ rights to free speech.
The race for the Wisconsin State Supreme Court seat narrowed to two choices as Wisconsinites cast their votes during the first spring primary election of the calendar.