Madison police made several arrests late last week and over the weekend involving a number of robberies and a fight with a drug dealer.
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Continuing the ongoing tuition freeze and increasing state funds to the UW System by $150 million rounded out Gov. Tony Evers executive 2020-’21 biennial budget proposal Sunday.
2018 National Teacher of the Year and returned Peace Corps volunteer Mandy Manning will headline UW-Madison’s upcoming Peace Corps week.
Milwaukee has made the cut as Tom Perez, the Democratic National Committee chairman, narrows down the three cities he will choose between to host the 2020 Democratic Convention.
Merrill Kaplan, a scholar at Ohio State University, came to UW-Madison on Friday to give a lecture on how white nationalists leverage Norse symbology in their favor.
To confront the ongoing shortage of workers in the water sector, UW-Green Bay announced the first undergraduate degree in Water Science.
UW-Madison suspended the Alpha Sigma Phi Kappa fraternity chapter for hazing allegations Friday.
In a small, brightly lit room at one end of a long table, I sat with Alex Nelson, a UW-Madison violence prevention specialist. We discussed the fluidity of gender, the challenges that queer and transgender people face and the multitude of ways LGBTQ+ communities have been at the forefront not only of women’s movements, but social justice movements that are distinctly their own.
The man arrested for assaulting a UW-Madison student on Langdon Street in early February made his initial appearance in court Wednesday, where he was charged with five felonies.
The Madison mayoral spring primary had a higher turnout than past in years, up 59 percent from 2015, with incumbent mayor Paul Soglin set to face off against Satya Rhodes-Conway in the coming general election April 2.
Gov. Evers used his first veto on a Republican middle-class income tax cut bill Wednesday, rejecting the GOP plan to use money leftover in the budget.
Gov. Tony Evers announced he will include $28 million as a part of his proposed budget in an effort to improve and increase access to health care programs for women and infants, as well as reduce the racial inequities in early childcare.
Students last semester spent approximately half a million dollars more in dining halls than they did in Fall 2017 as a result of the new mandatory meal plan for incoming students, according to UW-Madison officials.
Few college students can boast publishing world-renowned poetry. UW-Madison junior Hajjar Baban, though, recently won yet another international award.
UW-Madison students and community members gathered at Union South Wednesday evening to hear Angela Rye talk about taking responsibility of next generation activism.
Domestic violence affects women around the world everyday, and Madison is no exception.
Magazines featuring photoshopped women. Hypermasculine men staring down from billboards. Women in dresses and men in suits.
Sex ed evokes different memories for different people — some may recall putting condoms on bananas or having a teacher reminiscent of Mean Girls’ Coach Carr who warned, “Don’t have sex because you will get pregnant and die.” For some, memories of sex ed may be absent because it wasn’t provided.
After decades of providing affordable housing to women at UW-Madison, the Zoe Bayliss Women’s Cooperative could lose control of their organization as the university proposes a merger that could place all control of finances and hired personnel in the hands of University Housing.
With a single sentence, Beverly Kopper resigned as chancellor of UW-Whitewater.