Seats in the theater at Memorial Union filled up quickly as people waited for Dan Egan, this year’s Go Big Read author, to discuss his book about the ecological disasters of the Great Lakes on Tuesday evening.
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Two of Madison’s top law enforcement officials traded public criticisms online Tuesday, chastising each other for their treatment of juvenile offenders.
Students and staff of UW-Madison’s School of Veterinary Medicine are determined to make sure a proposed remodel of the building is not pushed off to a later budget cycle by the state Legislature.
With health care developing as a central issue in the upcoming race for governor, Democratic candidate Tony Evers took shots at Gov. Scott Walker’s record on the subject in Madison on Monday.
Foxconn Days are coming to UW-Madison following the announcement of their partnership in August.
Gov. Scott Walker matched Democratic opponent Tony Evers’ budget plan to provide state funding for two-thirds of school costs on Monday.
The Student Service Finance Committee granted $41,155 to Native American student group Wunk Sheek for their 2019-’20 budget during its meeting Monday.
Following deliberation, the Student Judiciary has voted in favor of the Nominations Board in the case issued by Sophia Alzaidi, a former SSFC member, after she was not selected to be on the current session committee.
Wednesday marks the deadline to register to vote for the midterm elections by mail or online in Wisconsin. After Oct. 17, you can only register at the clerk’s office or at your polling location on election day, Nov. 6.
Madison police arrested a 13-year-old boy Friday on charges of strong-arm robbery and battery in connection with a car theft last week that resulted in the arrests of three other teenagers.
UW-Madison ranked as the top university in the 2018 Fulbright-Hays Awards with seven students being awarded grants that will help further their research abroad.
Homecoming week at UW-Madison is a time-honored tradition filled with student and community activities that highlight what it means to be a badger.
Students who live in some off-campus neighborhoods will be able to receive WiscAlerts for crimes in their areas while police pilot a new notification system over the next six months, the UW-Madison Police Department announced last week.
The fields glowed pink in the last streaks of daylight as students and community members gathered in the Eagle Heights Community Gardens to celebrate the harvest and the end of the growing season with F.H. King Students for Sustainable Agriculture.
The Madison Metropolitan School District and the Madison Police Department received a $250,000 grant from the federal government to train staff on restorative crisis intervention.
Despite UW-Oshkosh’s efforts to combat faculty losses, the combination of reduced state funds and low enrollment threatens the life of administrative positions.
After several raids by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement within the state, U.S. Rep.
As election day approaches, many believe the turnout of youth voters, which is historically low, will be pivotal in deciding the outcomes of tight races around the country.
Faculty criticism did not come far behind UW-Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt’s announcement of the potential cuts Friday.
A Wisconsin jury awarded two transgender state employees $780,000 in damages following a September discrimination lawsuit.