Following allegations of sexual misconduct, a participant of the Pre-College Enrichment Program for Learning Experience filed a lawsuit against UW-Madison.
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Worldwide acceptance and visibility of those who identify as LGBTQ became more prevalent on U.S. college campuses in 2018 with events and celebrations held to create a more welcoming environment to all students.
Associated Students of Madison hosted a program called “New People New Voices,” to allow an interactive forum to discuss identity on Tuesday Evening.
UW Credit Union will roll out a new brand strategy informed by Madison consumer research to focus on retaining members beyond their college years, according to its chief marketing officer.
UW System leaders praised Gov. Tony Evers’ recently proposed budget, which expands $150 million to higher education after many years of lackluster funding.
Founder of the Me Too Movement Tarana Burke spoke to hundreds of UW-Madison students, faculty and community members Monday, urging them to push the boundaries constructed by the university and create a community based on safety and protection.
A UW-Milwaukee College of Health Sciences professor made his first court appearance Sunday after being charged with three counts of sexual assault Saturday.
For the past five years, the Titan Advantage Program has granted UW-Oshkosh incoming students with a whirlwind of academic opportunities — and a chance to have the college experience before starting the school year.
Amid UW-Stevens Point’s budget deficit, the fate of six of its humanities majors is uncertain — although UW System President Ray Cross doesn’t believe that’s the case.
Nearly three years after a Campus Climate Survey revealed disparities in student opinion of culture on campus, a spring 2019 progress report shows diversity goals are being reached.
The Associate Students of Madison endorsed the HMoob American Studies Certificate Program (HMASC) — a new initiative dedicated to academic and social awareness of HMoob students — Wednesday.
The Pre-college Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence is revamping their program and opening a new office at Milwaukee’s Rufus King Middle School this week.
In the 2017-’18 academic year, the UW System set a new record by awarding a total of 959 degrees to African-American students — a 42 percent increase over the past decade.
Questions on race and ethnicity filled the room in between sips of bubble tea as students shared their experiences that come with having ambiguous identities Tuesday.
National Teacher of the Year Mandy Manning spoke about how her experience in the Peace Corps led her to become a social justice activist both in and out of the classroom Tuesday.
Jacob Baggott will bring 30 years of experience in college administration and health oversight to UW-Madison as University Health Service’s newly named Executive Director.
Survivor’s Best Friend, a nonprofit organization brought to UW-Madison by student Sammy Michaels, aims to sponsor survivors of sexual assault and domestic abuse who are interested in adopting a support animal.
Stemming from last semester, the Associate Students of Madison is campaigning to increase the protection of students from legal and academic sanctions in alcohol-related incidents.
UW-Madison plans to end its affiliation with a study abroad program in Rome after a reaching a settlement in a lawsuit Monday.
2018 National Teacher of the Year and returned Peace Corps volunteer Mandy Manning will headline UW-Madison’s upcoming Peace Corps week.