If the Associated Students of Madison’s internal budget proposal gets passed in its current form, more student leaders will receive wages and the outreach committee will receive more money than in the past after Coordinating Council added three amendments to it Tuesday night.
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The Associated Students of Madison will push for in-state tuition for undocumented students and increasing gender-inclusive private spaces in two new campaigns this year, said Tyler Rashand, the new Inclusion Ambassador, on the group’s radio show.
Gun-rights advocate and conservative pundit Katie Pavlich visited campus to educate students on the second amendment and gun use for self-defense without any disruption from protesters.
The UW-Madison Police Department apprehended a person of interest in the attempted abduction on Observatory Drive last week.
A clogged pipe in Memorial Union Oct. 2 led to the temporary closure of three eateries on the east side of the building.
Amid backlash against this year’s Go Big Read book, students, staff and community members packed into Shannon Hall Monday night to hear three Madison experts discuss J.D. Vance’s “Hillbilly Elegy.”
To address problems with overcrowding and an increasing demand for public transportation, the City of Madison is applying for a federal grant, a move that the Student Services Finance Committee formally supported Monday night.
Pepsi will be UW Athletics’ new official drink after the Board of Regents approved the new contract with the beverage giant Thursday.
UW-Madison has relieved a graduate student from his teaching duties after a blog post, which claimed he was expelled from Oberlin College for racist messaging and currently belongs to a white supremacist group, went viral. The student, Dylan Bleier, denied the allegations.
Graffiti reading “Columbus Rules 1492” was found on a sacred fire circle at Dejope Residence Hall Monday morning, according to a letter from Vice Provost for Student Life Lori Berquam sent to members of Wunk Sheek, an indigenous student group on campus.
Pepsi will be the new official drink of UW Athletics after the Board of Regents approved the contract Thursday.
Madison Metro Transit is applying for the TIGER 9 grant in order to improve city infrastructure.
A UW-Madison student organization is continuing its efforts to make menstrual products more accessible on campus, while also expanding its outreach into reproductive rights advocacy.
Restrooms in the Student Activity Center will likely have free menstrual products at the start of next week.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank said she has no plans to answer the Associated Students of Madison’s call to put a plaque on Bascom’s statue of Abraham Lincoln recognizing the president’s role in the deaths of natives.
Expulsion and suspension will be handed down to students who disrupt speakers on campus, after the Board of Regents voted in favor of their policy resolution Friday.
The Board of Regents passed a free speech policy resolution Friday that gives strict punishment to students who disrupt a controversial campus speaker.
The Wisconsin Association of Black Men is suing the Student Services Finances Committee.
The next UW-Madison chancellor could come from the private sector, after the Board of Regents approved sweeping hiring policy changes requiring the UW System to also recruit potential hires from non-academic fields.
The university is committed to helping students — particularly the largest UW-Madison freshman class in history — afford college through scholarships, Chancellor Rebecca Blank said in her blog post Wednesday.