Beloved UW-Madison Varsity Band Director Mike Leckrone faces his final curtain call this weekend at the band’s annual spring concert at the Kohl Center.
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The UW-Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve is currently updating their decade-old master plan by creating a comprehensive strategic planning process to guide the use and management of the preserve.
UW System officials and Wisconsin’s 12 Native Nation tribes are at the beginning of an effort to increase enrollment and improve graduation rates of indigenous students.
Through policy change, staff integration and more welcoming spaces, the UW-Madison School of Nursing aimed to create more positive relationships between medical practitioners and LGBTQ+ patients by hosting the first Wisconsin LGBTQ+ Health Summit.
April 8 at 5 p.m. marks the start of a 1,848-minute-long Day of the Badger put on by the University of Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association.
After Gov. Tony Evers fired two UW System regents last month, Regents Scott Beightol and Torrey Teideman returned to work in open defiance of the governor Thursday.
Nearly 30 UW-Madison students traveled to Washington D.C. last weekend where they were educated on social justice issues, including a policy that cuts funding from foreign non-governmental organizations that offer abortion consulting, referrals or education.
Sitting in a UW-Madison classroom, you are seated next to an English major and a biology major, an international student and someone from Milwaukee, a liberal and a conservative, and a legacy student and a first-generation college student.
When the seven members of the Madison Metropolitan School Board gather to discuss their plans for the future after the April 2 election, there will be one noticeable change — everyone seated at the table will be a woman.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum recently became a national historic site, as it is recognized as the birthplace of ecological restoration of prairie ecological communities.
Dozens of undergraduate women in leadership flocked to Memorial Union to be honored at the first annual Wisconsin Womxn Lead Gala for the work they have done in the community relating to women’s equality and overall success Wednesday.
Divided opinion on state capital budget puts into question value of Wisconsin Idea, higher education
Diminishing UW System funds paired with a tuition freeze lead to concerns of the quality of higher education throughout Wisconsin.
A burglary at Sellery Hall was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department Monday.
UW-Madison representatives expressed their concerns and suggestions about the university’s Greek community to a panel of experts at an open session held at Memorial Union Monday.
When the State Building Commission failed to recommend any of the 80 individual projects outlined in Gov. Tony Evers’ budget, people across the UW System expressed concern over the future of buildings on their campuses.
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.
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.