UW System President Ray Cross, Regents President John Behling and Vice President Drew Petersen crafted the proposal after asking for the policy review last week.
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A resolution on free expression passed the Board of Regents after brief discussion Friday, paving the way for the regents to assess existing policies to ensure all UW System campuses promote civil discourse.
Since his emails during the restructuring announcement were made public, faculty and staff have called for UW System President Ray Cross to apologize.
UW-Madison’s student government, the Associated Students of Madison, made national headlines last year. From a resolution that would ensure free tuition for black students, to controversial divestment legislation, ASM, administration, state legislators and the campus community were often at odds with one another.
The Board of Regents voted on the UW System's 2017-18 budget Thursday, giving UW-Madison a smaller share than usual.
Despite a boost in state funding for the UW System in the upcoming biennium, UW-Madison will receive less than its usual share as system officials look to direct it elsewhere.
Diversity. At UW-Madison, a predominantly white university, this word can mean different things to students. For some, the university is lacking in its ability to empower people of color. For others, the campus community is one of the most mixed racial groups they have ever been a part of.
The map displays student representation at UW-Madison compared to each county’s share of the state population.
Dean of Students Lori Berquam thanked the UW-Madison community for providing her with “energy and optimism” as she begins the second half of chemotherapy treatments in a statement this Friday.
Tuition rates are on the rise.
In a continuation of UW-Madison’s efforts to combat sexual violence after a year in which three students were expelled for sexual misconduct, first-year and transfer students will complete a new program to learn about dating violence, sexual assault and violence prevention beginning this fall.
UW-Madison handed down their harshest-ever sanctions for sexual assaults that occurred in 2016, expelling three students from the university.
Dozens of people crowded around a single refrigerator loaded with an assortment of vegetables on the third floor of the Student Activity Center Friday for the grand opening of the UW Food Shed.
UW-Madison faculty and staff will receive a 2 percent increase in wage compensation for the next two years, which UW System Ray Cross said “represents the largest investment the State has made in UW employees in more than a decade.”
Sarah Van Orman, director of University Health Services, will leave the university this week after 10 years of service, UW-Madison announced Tuesday.
After hours of waiting and technical difficulties, UW-Madison announced Monday that undergraduate student football tickets have sold out for the 25th consecutive season.
A UW-Madison student and activist received a letter at the school’s Multicultural Student Center that encouraged taking the lives of “rioters,” urging citizens to put “holes in the bodies of such thugs.”
In February 2015, Gov. Scott Walker proposed a revision of the Wisconsin Idea, the 110-year-old guiding principle of the UW System, that would have emphasized career preparation over academic pursuits.
After UW-Madison’s student government concluded the spring semester with controversial legislation that angered members of the Jewish community and drew concern from others on campus, UW-Madison’s College Republicans chapter called for the disbandment of The Associated Students of Madison.
The inevitable closure of the Southeast Recreational Facility—commonly known as the SERF—is quickly approaching. The UW-Madison Division of Recreational Sports announced Friday that the popular facility will officially close Aug. 18.