The husband of former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper sexually harassed at least seven and potentially up to 10 female students or employees at the university, a UW System investigation found.
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“Meet me at the Union.” It’s a message that has been sent from Badger to fellow Badger countless times over the years — as of 2019, 90 years, to be exact.
Monona resident Coleman Chung was sentenced to over 20 years in federal prison Thursday for the attempted abduction of a woman and the assault of two others.
Today, UW-Madison’s campus is known for the Memorial Union Terrace, Bascom Hill and the Lakeshore path. Preservation efforts focus on these prominent areas, but many don’t realize that campus’ footprint is relatively new.
With students at the lead, Hoofer Ambassadors places equity and inclusivity at the center of the conversation about accessing the outdoors.
As a school with a student body of over 40,000, the UW-Madison community has a huge opportunity to contribute to positive environmental change. The university has gone so far to raise awareness about the importance of living sustainably to even create an Office of Sustainability. Although resources through the Office of Sustainability are available to all students, not all students take advantage of them or are even aware of the office’s existence. As a large school with a proportionally large environmental impact, it is vital that students are aware of ways to live a more environmentally-friendly life. Not all commitments to sustainability need to be drastic. Some students think that they lack the time to create a more sustainable routine, or that it can be too expensive for students to buy products that are better for the environment, for example. But simple changes such as turning off lights, recycling, composting and using the bus can make a difference, and are easy to implement.
13 percent of UW-Madison undergraduates are international students, according to enrollment reports of 2018 fall done by the Office of the Registrar from UW Madison. Though UW-Madison is a predominantly white school, the number of international students are not too small to represent. UW-Madison accepts degree-seeking and exchange undergraduates, graduates and doctoral students representing more than 130 countries.
Political activist and author Angela Davis visited UW-Madison students and community members Tuesday evening, inspiring hope and instilling a sense of unity despite what she calls a “hostile national political climate.”
A sticker labeled with white-nationalist messaging created by extremist group Hundred-Handers was found on campus today.
As a result of the 2008 Great Recession, a majority of state public education systems have been recovering from budget cuts for more than a decade now. The status of Wisconsin’s recovery is still up for debate.
In light of earth week, the WUD Society and Politics Committee hosted a discussion centered around sustainable energy and energy policy as it relates to UW-Madison Monday.
The Wisconsin Black Student Union and the Wisconsin Association for Black Men will host a weekend of competitive team sports in order to engage various student groups with the outdoors.
To prevent sexual harassment, the UW System joined a nationwide initiative alongside 30 campuses Wednesday.
After more than a year of deliberation, UW-Stevens Point humanities majors will be saved from potential cuts — but at a cost.
The UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine is running an online campaign in order to earn the remaining expansion funds that will not be covered by Gov. Tony Evers’ budget.
Babcock Dairy named a new ice cream flavor yesterday honoring soon-to-be retired UW-Madison Varsity Band Director Mike Leckrone for his dedication to the university.
The campus that started a tradition of celebrating planet Earth is connecting back to its environmentalist spirits, while integrating its most recent mission: inclusion.
Although the musical “Miss Saigon” closed last Sunday after a six-day stint at the Overture Center for the Arts, presented in partnership with Broadway Across America, conversations surrounding Asian American misrepresentation in the musical are far from over.
The Elders-in-Residence Program hosted by the UW-Madison American Indian Studies Department welcomed spring Elder Leland Wigg Wednesday.
Beloved UW-Madison Varsity Band Director Mike Leckrone faces his final curtain call this weekend at the band’s annual spring concert at the Kohl Center.