About two years after a survey revealed that 22 percent of UW-Madison students had sought mental health counseling in the past year, University Health Services released an online mental health service program for students and faculty.
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Ariela Suster, an El Salvadoran who fled her country during its civil war, told UW-Madison students and community members about her journey from the war-torn country to becoming a fashion editor in New York City during her keynote address for International Education Week Monday evening.
SSFC asked ASM Chair Katrina Morrison questions about the internal budget.
Students said the ASEC resolution wasn't enough at the Academic Staff Assembly meeting Monday.
UW-Madison faculty members adopted a measure last week calling for campus administrators to take action on climate change and limit the university’s carbon emissions.
UW-Madison’s controversial new policy center, named after one of the state’s leading Republican figures, announced that its first event this month will feature speakers with varying political views.
A letter sent to Chancellor Rebecca Blank this week alleged that former student government leader Carmen Goséy was the target of intense harassment following her remarks during a tumultuous argument about divesting from Israel.
After months of back and forth between campuses, system leaders, and legislators, the regents approved Thursday new rules for allocating student dollars. Now, as mandated by the Joint Finance Committee UW System schools will have uniform categories for fees.
The Board of Regents approved the Segregated Fee Committee's recommendations at their Thursday meeting.
Former Associated Students of Madison Chair Carmen Goséy dealt with discrimination and harassment after divestment last spring.
The UW System will move forward with its “most significant re-organization” in over 45 years — a sweeping merge of the system’s two-year and four-year colleges — even though many questions remain unanswered.
Comedian Bassem Youssef, dubbed by many as the “Egyptian Jon Stewart,” was greeted by a lively crowd of UW-Madison students and community members at Memorial Union Wednesday night.
Students in Wisconsin face a number of barriers when registering to vote, but an event this week hopes to alleviate some of the challenges.
Over half of the food found in the university’s dining halls can be categorized as “local.” But the administrators in charge of dining are looking to make that percentage even higher.
Abby Streu is no moderate — an unapologetic conservative on UW-Madison’s campus and the leader of a prominent right-wing student organization, she has worked to bring numerous high-profile conservative speakers to a campus traditionally seen as a bastion of liberalism.
Legislation that would have allowed Student Council to vote on resolutions at the same meeting that they’re
Administrators and faculty felt blindsided by UW System’s proposal to pair two-year schools with four-year schools last month, and they still have unanswered questions.
Student Council must continue to vote to suspend the rules in order to act on legislation the same meeting it is introduced.
Continuing a trend found on other college campuses, a poster reading “IT’S OKAY TO BE WHITE” was found taped to a lamp post on Bascom Hill earlier this week.