Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Cardinal' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
With the start of the fall semester quickly approaching, numerous campus-area streets will close to accommodate the more than 7,500 UW-Madison students moving into university residence halls on Saturday, Aug. 26, Tuesday, Aug. 29 and Wednesday, Aug. 30.
The embattled UW-Oshkosh Foundation, whose top officials were sued by the UW System in January for mishandling funds and making illegal financial guarantees, will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
After a Charlottesville protest against neo-Nazi groups escalated to violence last weekend, UW-Madison leadership issued a joint statement Wednesday evening denouncing white supremacist ideology.
The parents of the 19-year-old UW-Madison student who died in Rome last year filed a federal civil lawsuit Monday against the university where their son planned to take classes, claiming the university was negligent and failed to provide adequate safety warnings to its new students.
As student dining hall employees across campus return to their food stations this fall, they will go back to work with an added perk—a 30 percent discount on food and beverages.
Starting in July, all UW-Madison employees will be required to take an online sexual violence prevention education course as part of the university’s efforts to crack down on sexual assault and harassment on campus.
Since the announcement Wednesday that Foxconn Technology Group, a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer, will invest $10 billion to build a plant in southeastern Wisconsin, some have expressed concerns over the high price tag and the company’s track record on following through with agreements.
Foxconn will invest $10 billion to build a new factory in Wisconsin. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons - Ken Marshall.
U.S. District Judge William Conley ordered Apple Inc. to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation $506 million for patent infringement.
Apple has been ordered to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation $506 million, an increase from the original amount of $234 million, after a Madison federal judge ruled that the technology company infringed on WARF patents for devices used in their iPhone products.
A sexual assault was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department early Monday morning.
State lawmakers heard testimony Tuesday on a bill which would bar UW medical students from receiving training on how to perform an abortion, a move which critics say could threaten the accreditation of some programs.
A gas leak occurred at Sellery Residence Hall Monday, causing the building to be evacuated and the surrounding area to be closed off.
Madison police are investigating a sexual assault reported on the 400 block of North Henry Street early Saturday morning.
Many current UW-Madison students have never seen the Hagenah Fountain turned on, however, after a six-year dry spell, the fountain on Library Mall started to flow again Monday.
Students looking for their morning caffeine fix on campus will be sipping freshly roasted, locally owned Steep & Brew coffee instead of Starbucks this fall.
On Aug. 1, Steep & Brew will replace Starbucks in campus dining halls.
The trial for a UW student charged with sexual assault in 2015 begins tomorrow. Here's what you need to know.
More than two years after the alleged assault was first reported, former UW-Madison student Nicholas Ralston now heads to trial.
Leaders at UW System schools could be recruited outside of academia if language in the 2017-2019 biennial budget remains, granting new Board of Regents President John Behling’s wish of recruiting leaders from the private sector.