The Joint Finance Committee did not vote on Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal for the UW System because lawmakers were in disagreement over tuition rates.
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Just under a week after opening the Black Cultural Center on campus, UW-Madison released a statement detailing the university’s accomplishments over the past year—particularly those relating to diversity on campus.
Although the Big Ten is best known for its athletic and academic prowess, it’s now clear the conference is also a renewable energy powerhouse.
A week after the Associated Students of Madison passed controversial divestment legislation, a mix of local and student organizations held signs and chanted outside four different “destructive banks” on Capitol Square Friday in a denunciation of their dealings with private prisons and the recent pipeline projects.
Local and student organizations advocate for divestment from U.S. Bank for its financial involvement in oil pipelines and private prisons.
There will be new faces at the table at the next Student Council meeting after the group elected new sustainability, grant allocation and SAC governing board chairs Thursday night.
Student Council elected their new sustainability, grant allocation and SAC governing board chairs at their meeting Thursday night.
A major diversity goal for UW-Madison officials is “enhancing the campus climate for inclusion.” However, for some students, including outgoing Associated Students of Madison Chair Carmen Goséy, the administration is failing to uphold this ideal.
Did you get a mysterious email inviting you to open a Google Doc some time in the last few days? Chances are, you were scammed.
After much anticipation for protests during a speech by controversial libertarian political scientist Charles Murray Wednesday, the only disturbance came from a brief fire alarm.
The outgoing Associated Students of Madison chair called UW-Madison an institution that “lacks the capacity, courage, and integrity to protect communities of color” in a letter addressed to the campus community—signing it as “your woke, ratchet 23rd ASM Chair Carmen Goséy.”
Answering the year-old demands of #TheRealUW movement to provide a hub for UW-Madison’s black community, the university opened the Black Cultural Center Wednesday in the Red Gym.
Former ASM Chair Carmen Goséy issued a letter to the campus community condemning UW-Madison's treatment of students of color.
“Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis” is the 2017-’18 selection for Go Big Read, the university announced in a release Tuesday.
UW-Madison’s Faculty Senate unanimously approved a statement Monday in support of transgender rights for students, faculty and staff on campus.
For many representatives of the Associated Students of Madison, the Monday night elections of the body’s 24th session leadership signaled a fresh start for the group, which concluded a year of battles with the legislature, administration and other campus groups over a multitude of student issues.
In a city overrun by restaurants and health-conscious grocery stores, it can be difficult to start a conversation about hunger.
Chancellor Blanke invited Ellen Samuels, a professor in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, to introduce the resolution.
Morrison said she is excited to lead the body's 24th session. Here, she is pictured on the night of ASM's election.