A UW System budget proposal would require UW-Madison students to pay an additional $170 in student fees, an average of $209 more in housing fees and $50 more for the meal plan.
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More than 60 percent of buildings across the UW System’s 13 campuses were constructed between 1950 and 1979 and have only been renovated minimally since then.
UW-Madison’s Multicultural Student Center will change leadership as it welcomes new Interim Assistant Dean and Director Ida Balderrama-Trudell, replacing previous MSC leader Gabe Javier as he becomes the new interim associate vice chancellor of student affairs.
The freeze on in-state undergraduate tuition at UW System campuses will continue for another two years due to a Republican plan voted on Tuesday, but the schools will be receiving less than half of the taxpayer funding Gov. Tony Evers requested to compensate for the freeze.
The UW System Board of Regents approved the appointment of Dwight Watson as the 17th chancellor of UW-Whitewater, making him the first chancellor selected under new search committee criteria.
Recent graduate Jake Walczyk started Madison Industry for Madison Students to fill a void plaguing the music scene on campus. He asked himself why this club was needed on campus and what purpose should it serve.
While the southern border lies a thousand miles away, immigration issues still resonate for many members of the Wisconsin community, from immigrants who’ve made their homes in the state to attorneys and communities working to support them.
After a meeting with university administrators, UW-Madison police officers removed graduate students from Bascom Hall after they occupied the building Friday night.
Students walked out of class after a UW-Madison Legal Studies professor gave students no previous warnings that the guest speaker was an ex-felon, twice convicted of sexual misconduct, who spoke in lecture Thursday.
The Associated Students of Madison began their 26th session Wednesday by selecting Chair Laura Downer and Vice Chair Morgan Grunow as new leadership.
September: Mike Leckrone announced his retirement.
UW-Madison counseling psychology professor William Hoyt apologized to colleagues and students after disclosing that he donned blackface during a performance at the Overture Center in the early 2000s.
Like many other schools, the UW System has recently installed more measures to prevent sexual assault and harassment. But the System’s move to join a national coalition of colleges fighting these issues sparked both praise and criticism from faculty and students alike.
A UW-Madison student brought attention via Twitter to a second sticker from the white nationalist group Hundred-Handers, garnering a response from students and faculty Tuesday.
UW-Madison researchers begin creating refrigeration-free milk, lead dairy industry with new technology
Director of the Center for Dairy Research John Lucey announced that due to a recent decline in consumption of fluid dairy products, including milk the CDR will begin creating a refrigeration-free fluid dairy beverage with new grant money.
Former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper called the investigative report about her husband’s sexual harassment “rampant with speculation” and went outside the scope of the case, she wrote in a response Monday.
After 50 years of marching to the same beat, UW-Madison announced they have selected a new band director to replace Wisconsin legend Mike Leckrone.
A UW-Madison graduate was killed Sunday during the bombings in Sri Lanka.
UW-Madison plans to upgrade Bascom Hill’s underground infrastructure as a part of the Campus Master Plan.
Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed budget for the 2019-’21 biennium includes a recommendation to allow undocumented students to receive in-state tuition at UW System and Wisconsin Technical College System institutions — and this is not the first time Wisconsin legislature has considered it.