Some members of the UW-Madison’s student government and other campus groups demanded Thursday that Chancellor Rebecca Blank step down following the university’s condemnation of the Associated Students of Madison’s divestment legislation.
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After a month of debates, walkouts and lawsuits, UW-Madison’s student government unanimously passed wide-ranging divestment legislation Wednesday—but an amendment naming Israel was once again the main point of contention.
Competition for an acceptance letter from the Wisconsin School of Business is already high—the college is one of the top 30 business schools in the nation, according to Businessweek’s 2016 rankings. But some fear changes to direct admissions and credit limits on applications could make the competition extra difficult for transfer students.
To save state money and generate an estimated $60 million in revenue to successfully fulfill his K-12 funding plan, Gov. Scott Walker proposed to shift the way Wisconsin insures its public workers.
The Associated Students of Madison are demanding transparency and accountability from the UW-Madison Police Department, and calling for community supervision of the department.
UW-Madison is one of 55 universities that have made efforts over the last three years to address the issue of sexual assault on campus by taking part in a study by the Association of American Universities. AAU released a new report Wednesday that showed UW-Madison has made progress in combatting sexual assault.
Amid a recent push by students to create a more inclusive and safe campus for everyone, the UW-Madison community will bid farewell to an administrator who led these initiatives.
In the face of protests about the violence of capitalism just outside the door, Steve Forbes’ appearance on campus hit back against regulation and extolled the moral and social virtues of free enterprise.
What is evil? Is there a God? Does feminism have a role in the Catholic Church? These were just a few of many topics debated between two student organizations with wildly different answers to these questions, among others.
Monarch butterfly researcher Karen Oberhauser accepted a new role as UW-Arboretum Director— a role renowned conservationist and former UW-Madison professor Aldo Leopold once held.
As UW-Madison prepares to renovate its libraries, campus and community members heard the latest updates to the project in a town hall Tuesday.
While the opt-out proposal is off the table for Wisconsin schools, Minnesota students face a similar proposal for their fees.
Graduate students may get what they call an “opportunity to improve [their] working conditions” for the first time since 2009 with the creation of the Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures Workgroup.
Tuition on the Twin Cities campus will increase by two percent for incoming Wisconsinites and in-state residents next year.
Three times this week Associated Students of Madison representatives brought cases against their own Student Council surrounding controversial divestment legislation and a subsequent bylaws change.
Nine percent of UW-Madison students experience suicidal ideation, according to a recent University Health Services report, leading the campus community to raise concerns about stigma surrounding the issue.
For Luis Gonzalez, a simple question such as “Where are you from?” never has an easy answer. Born in Minnesota, raised in Ecuador and moving to and from multiple towns in Wisconsin, he said he has a hard time choosing a single place to call home.
A professor—the top faculty recruit for the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies—recently rejected an offer from UW-Madison, citing the “chilling effect” Wisconsin’s political climate has on the university, according to the chair of the department.
Dean of Students Lori Berquam committed Friday to continuing her work despite announcing she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will begin chemotherapy treatment next week.
Two suspects who carried a weapon robbed an individual of their belongings Friday morning, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.