A year after UW-Madison student Beau Solomon drowned in the Tiber River in the summer of 2016, his family sued John Cabot University in Rome, sparking a discussion about students’ safety while studying abroad.
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The Board of Regents policy draft outlines punishments for students who protest, mirroring that of the Campus Free Speech Act currently resting with the state Senate.
UWPD is investigating an attempted abduction that occurred early Monday morning near Ingraham Hall.
The McBurney Disability Resource Center, the university office that provides accommodations to students with disabilities, will introduce a new electronic accommodation and case management software this semester that will affect the way students and faculty communicate.
Students who want to pray, meditate or reflect during the school day can now do so thanks to a new reflection space in the Student Activity Center that will have its “soft run” Tuesday.
A Board of Regents policy draft calls for strict punishments for students who disrupt a controversial speaker on campus.
A free DACA renewal legal clinic will be held in the Multicultural Student Center of the Red Gym Monday afternoon.
Room 3115 in the Student Activity Center will serve as a new reflection space for students to pray, meditate or reflect.
UW-Madison Environment, Health & Safety is investigating potential lead dust contamination in Agricultural Hall and surrounding areas, including Nancy Nicholas Hall after receiving reports of “unacceptable levels of lead dust” in the areas.
If the Perkins Loan, a federal institutional loan program, expires nation-wide Sunday, the nearly 4,000 UW-Madison students who were eligible that funding will have to find it elsewhere.
If you’re wondering why there was a giant inflatable earth on the Gordon lawn, here’s your answer: Sustain-A-Bash.
A conservative group on campus will host a controversial speaker to give a talk on the Second Amendment in October, and student activists are already planning to protest the event.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank said administration will highlight sustainability efforts more this academic year in her blog post Wednesday.
If the Perkins Loan program expires nation-wide, many UW-Madison students will lose that source of financial aid.
Last April, UW-Madison’s student government and administrators partnered to conduct a pilot program that would evaluate the cost and feasibility of permanently providing free menstrual products in campus restrooms.
In a rare occurrence, the Associated Students of Madison will dip into their reserve fund — a pool of leftover money that gets used for one-time expenses — to pay for a new grant website and an additional lawyer after the reserve board approved both requests earlier this week.
Students gathered in the crowded Multicultural Student Center Wednesday night for the Latinx Fuerte Fundraiser to show their support for communities affected by Hurricane Maria and the recent earthquake that struck Mexico last Tuesday.
Gordon’s Flamingo Run began accepting food stamps this Monday — and they’ve already had their first transaction.
Jordan Gaal, Chair of SSFC, is also on the reserve board which approved two requests this week.