UW-Madison’s class of 2021 is one of the largest in school history, according to a university census taken on the 10th day of classes.
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As part of their continued effort to facilitate acceptance and inclusiveness in the UW-Madison community, campus administrators are accepting applications for a program in which select faculty members advise others on best practices for creating a welcoming classroom environment.
The Associated Students of Madison are the only governing body on campus that has not endorsed UW-Madison’s institutional statement on diversity, according to Vice Provost and Chief Diversity Officer Patrick Sims.
Adventure Learning Programs, which has received the largest portion of money from the General Student Services Fund over the last two years, made its case to the Student Services Finance Committee for reconfirmed eligibility at their hearing Thursday night.
Adventure Learning Programs will now be able to fund work that was previously going unpaid.
UW System institutions will no longer be able to choose which categories of the performance-based metrics they will be measured by, after Gov. Scott Walker made his vetoes on the state’s 2017-19 budget Wednesday.
UW System schools will no longer be able to choose which categories of performance-based metrics they will be measured on after Gov. Walker made his partial veto.
It’s September, and that means flu season is around the corner.
Standing tall at six-foot-two, with a wide grin and pencil in between thumb and forefinger, UW-Madison sophomore Ruben Arndt looks like any other student. While classmates may assume from his appearance that he's in perfect health, what they can’t see is the pain of degenerative disk disease, hernias and a broken spine.
Researchers on campus are now just one click away from brain imaging tools, cancer prevention data and hundreds of other resources.
State Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, called for local law enforcement to take action against UW-Madison student Eneale Pickett, who released a video earlier this week promoting his clothing line that Nass says is racist and anti-police.
After swastikas were found spray-painted on a historical marker near a synagogue at James Madison Park early Wednesday morning, UW-Madison leaders and student organizations were quick to denounce the vandalism.
In last week’s ASM meeting it was announced that the UWPD has partnered with Rave, a company that allows safety officials to respond more quickly to incidents, to create an app for UW students. The WiscGuard app, which can be found in the Apple and Google Play Stores under the name “Rave Guard,” allows UW students to report any incidents they witness, call 911 or send texts and calls to a direct non-emergency UWPD line.
After Hurricane Harvey’s widespread flooding resulted in the surfacing of millions of mosquitos that hampered recovery efforts, two UW-Madison students headed to Houston last Wednesday to assist with the infestation.
Edward Van Gemert, vice provost for libraries and a university librarian, will retire in May 2018, the university announced Tuesday.
Shared Governance Campaign Director Jacqueline Beaulieu co-sponsored the textbook affordability legislation brought forward Tuesday.
Over the last year, Sex Out Loud underwent many changes, according to Program Coordinator L.J. Alexandre-Strong.
The Free Speech Act and permitless carry bill are two key pieces of legislation that students should watch out for, state Rep. Chris Taylor, D-Madison, told the Associated Students of Madison’s Legislative Affairs Committee, Monday.
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