Candidates in Madison’s upcoming municipal elections are making final campaign pushes before voters hit the polls Tuesday to decide the city’s next mayor, alders and school board members.
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A collaboration between UW-Madison students and officials to create a more sustainable campus has recently paid off with the installation of an array of solar panels on the roof of Gordon Dining and Event Center, boosting energy efficiency at the university’s largest dining hall.
Residents of Wisconsin will elect a new state Supreme Court justice Tuesday, and both Democrats and Republicans are seeking to utilize younger voters to spread the word about the election.
In an attempt to encourage entrepreneurship among Madison’s minority communities, the city council and Mayor Paul Soglin announced a new citywide initiative to promote and support local, diverse entrepreneurship.
District 3 Court of Appeals ruled to keep in place some of the legislation enacted during last December’s extraordinary sessions despite two Dane County circuit judges granting injunctions to remove them.
While UW-Madison administrators continue to seek ways to ensure campus is as safe as possible, a violent assault that occurred on Langdon St. last month inspired students to demand new and improved safety measures on campus.
‘Miss Saigon’ discussion cancellation deepens rift between Overture, UW-Madison Asian American Studies Program
After receiving backlash for misrepresenting Asian narratives, a panel discussion on the Broadway musical “Miss Saigon” was organized to provide community members an opportunity to share concerns about the controversial musical.
After experiencing suicidal thoughts and an overdose, UW-River Falls student body president Rosemary Pechous wrote and lobbied for the Student Medical Leave Act, which gained the support of Associated Students of Madison Wednesday.
After UW-Madison’s decision to reject a fully-funded proposal to implement Callisto campus, a software that allows students to report a sexually assault, the Student Title IX Advisory Committee posted their response Tuesday.
With less than a week left to go before Madison’s mayoral election, longtime incumbent Paul Soglin looks to convince voters he remains the right man for the job.
Overlooking the melting lake on the Monona Terrace, about 450 environmentalists and Wisconsinites joined together to fight for progressive climate change policies during Conservation Lobby Day Wednesday.
On April 2, Paul Soglin and Satya Rhodes-Conway will go head-to-head in the election for Madison’s mayor. Soglin seeks to continue his 22-year-long record as mayor, while Rhodes-Conway hopes to bring a fresh approach. They met Tuesday on UW-Madison’s campus at a student-hosted debate to discuss their policies and goals if elected.
To combat Wisconsin’s opioid epidemic, Attorney General Josh Kaul appealed to the Department of Justice for support and funding in his investigation against opioid distributors.
Gov. Tony Evers rescinded 82 appointees nominated during the lame duck December legislative session by former Gov. Scott Walker, once again putting the Republican-held Legislature at odds with the Governor.
The College Democrats hosted an early voting event with Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Judge Lisa Neubauer to learn more about her platform before walking to Memorial Union to cast their early votes for the general election Monday.
A team of UW-Madison researchers released new data that shows saving energy, even by simply turning off a light switch, can save consumers’ lives.
As it prepares for the transition between operators for the Henry Vilas Zoo, Dane County announced it hired a national zoo consultant to help with fundraising while the county board considers a contract for a new operator.
Mixed week for Evers: Republicans reject budget proposals while judge rules lame-duck laws unconstitutional
Last week saw two decisions take place in Madison that sent ripples throughout the capital and state.
UW-Madison will pay $1.5 million to the U.S. Government in a settlement agreement alleging the university overcharged federal agencies for research projects.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on last Thursday, aiming to enforce the right of free speech and “free inquiry” across campuses nationwide.