Gerald Lenoir recalls blocking the entrance to Bascom Hall as students and police shuffled around him. To his left he saw a fellow student beaten by a police officer. He knew another who had gotten their academic scholarships revoked. He feared for his physical being and his academic opportunity, but he stood tall — peaceful knowing his protest was justified.
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“I want to begin by stating unequivocally that every student has the right to be safe on campus,” UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank wrote, in an effort to reinforce expectations of protection on campus.
Looking at weather forecasts and seeing temperatures in the negatives caused an uproar among UW-Madison students who called for cancelling classes on Wednesday. Around 10 a.m. Tuesday, students got their wish.
A 66-year-long tradition carries on at UW-Madison as 10 faculty members were awarded the annual Distinguished Teaching Awards this week.
The hopes of meeting the need for more teachers and education leaders throughout Wisconsin is gearing up to be answered by the UW System with new task force.
As the semester begins and the federal government enters its 32nd day of a record-long partial shutdown, The Daily Cardinal is bringing you stories about what the shutdown looks like on campus and around the community. Certain government agencies have been closed since Dec. 22 and will only reopen once congress and President Trump can reach a compromise over a $5 billion border wall.
Attorneys for the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation recently appealed a court ruling that said the organization owed Washington University $32 million.
From one flagship to another: Former business school dean accepts new position following resignation after one semester
The University of Massachusetts-Amherst selected Anne Massey — the former UW-Madison School of Business dean who resigned after one semester due to plans to discontinue the Master of Business Administration program — to lead its management school.
Following five years of service to UW-Madison, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Sarah Mangelsdorf is leaving to fulfill her dreams as president at the University of Rochester.
For inviting a porn star as a college speaker on campus, UW-La Crosse Chancellor Joe Gow received a reprimand letter from UW System President Ray Cross earlier this month.
Empowered voices and heavy hearts carried on the chant, “no one is illegal, refugees are people,” while standing on the edge of State Street Tuesday evening.
Various Madison organizations gathered with the public for an emergency rally that was held in support of the migrant caravan along the El Chaparral border Tuesday.
In its first fall, Bucky’s Tuition Promise paid tuition for nearly one in five in-state UW-Madison freshmen, according to a university statement.
UW- Green Bay witnesses enrollment increase for fifth year in a row while UW-Stevens Point suffers cuts due to dwindling trends in admissions.
As enrollment trends sink within system, UW-Green Bay celebrates rise in students for fifth consecutive year
Despite diminishing enrollment rates throughout UW System universities, UW-Green Bay has seen a gradual upswing in students for five consecutive years.
Covering the walls of the new UW-Eau Claire Black Cultural Center are images of black influencers — from Maya Angelou to Malcolm X to Martin Luther King, Jr. — to welcome African-American student organizations to their new space on campus Monday.
To reconcile with a predominantly white campus, UW-Eau Claire opened their doors to a new African-American student facility Monday.
After graduation, paying off debt is not a foreign priority. But, for many graduates, socioeconomic status, nationality difference and degree programs factor into their ability to join the workforce immediately and pay off their loans.