Representative Goldfarb announced his resignation in a letter Tuesday.
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The UW System will look into reforming their hiring processes and reference checks in order to prevent prospective candidates with a history of sexual harassment from being considered during the hiring process.
A community-university partnership will advance the search for innovative ideas to solve Dane County’s racial inequalities and income disparities.
The UW-Madison Police Department was involved in a pedestrian-vehicle collision on campus Thursday afternoon, according to a UWPD release.
With over 7,000 students receiving master’s, bachelor’s or law degrees, the class of 2018 is one of the largest classes in UW-Madison history, Chancellor Rebecca Blank said in her speech Saturday afternoon. Of those graduating, roughly 6,500 students met at Camp Randall to take part in UW-Madison’s 165th Spring Commencement.
Nearly a month after a Reclaim the UW protest in a blizzard, once again UW-Stevens Point and Superior students and staff band together — this time in a rainstorm.
Cutting humanities programs at UW-Superior and Stevens Point found opposition from students and faculty once again, this time with the help of Rep. Katrina Shankland, D-Stevens Point (above) and State Superintendent Tony Evers.
UW-Madison Police Department arrested three suspects Tuesday in connection to the battery incident that occurred outside a UW-Madison residence hall last week.
A battery reportedly involving a UW-Madison student occurred outside a residence hall early Friday morning, according to a UW-Madison Crime Warning issued Saturday afternoon.
Following the nominations to the Student Services Finance Committee, Rep. Sophia Alzaidi fought for one last chance in front of Student Council on Thursday.
Nominations Board is voted in favor of by Student Judiciary in a discrimination case brought up by Sophia Alzaidi, a former SSFC member.
Less than two weeks ago, 680,000 concurrent viewers watched Richard “Ninja” Blevins play “Fortnite: Battle Royale” on Twitch, a new record for the video platform.
As the semester comes to a close, the new session of the Associated Students of Madison is just beginning, following their first meeting on Tuesday.
The Madison Police Department is looking for a suspect involved in a sexual assault and battery incident that occurred on the 600 block of University Avenue Saturday evening.
When Genevieve Pfister and Samuel Fritz, who are both graduating this spring, became friends in their electrical engineering class last year, they were unsure where they would end up after graduation. Now, Fritz is preparing to pursue a job as paralegal in Milwaukee and Pfister is relocating to Texas to work at a top engineering company.
UW-Madison students and community members gathered Wednesday in Sterling Hall to listen to conservative political commentator Dennis Prager speak on Judeo-Christian morality.
Over 300 sexual assaults were reported to UW-Madison in 2017, according to data released Wednesday, and while the number was on par with last year, reports increased by just over 100 cases since 2015.
A group of UW-Madison students and alumni are responding to the university’s Ku Klux Klan study group decision by filing a hate and bias report.
After the UW System received $4 million Friday, all 26 campuses will use that funding to support health care education delivery with beefed-up broadband internet and telecommunications services.
The UW System's $4 million in broadband funding comes after pushs to expand rural access.