This year, three UW-Madison students out of the 1,286 total nominated from 470 institutions received the Barry Goldwater Scholarship to award their excellence in science and mathematics.
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A strong armed robbery was reported outside a Lakeshore residence hall Monday night, according to a UW-Madison Police Department Crime Warning.
Award-winning author Margaret Atwood visited UW-Madison Monday to discuss reinventing a classic story, and to give her Canadian perspective on national funding for the arts.
For Alyssa Franze, a former student of UW-Madison, earning more degrees meant taking a pay cut post-graduation.
UW-Madison’s student government hopes to emphasize “it’s on us” to prevent sexual assault through a slate of events that aim to inform the campus community about rape culture.
Students traveled from across the UW System Monday to testify before the Joint Finance Committee against portions of Gov. Scott Walker’s budget proposal before the committee submits its final recommendations.
When Brooke Evans graduates in May she doesn’t want the university to put low-income students’ challenges on the back burner.
The sound of drum beats filled parts of the Alliant Energy Center as dancers in traditional native regalia performed at the 48th On Wisconsin Annual Spring Powwow.
Several UW-Madison student organizations are looking to raise awareness of sexual violence throughout April, national Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Surely you’ve seen, or at least heard of, David Zucker’s movies. The 1971 UW-Madison alumnus is a giant in the film industry. He directed “Airplane!” and “The Naked Gun,” and helped start the careers of South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker as well as “Dumb and Dumber” directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly. In town for a campus tour with his son, I sat down with Zucker to talk about his time at UW-Madison and everything that followed.
Because she was nearing the university’s limit on counseling sessions, Ella Strei chose to stop using University Health Services for mental health care. Out of therapy for more than five months, Strei said this gap in care led to what she called “nightmare” withdrawals after her prescription ended.
Alec Shiva—who is currently facing criminal felony counts of false imprisonment, strangulation and second-degree sexual assault—has been found responsible of a crime of violence by a disciplinary hearing that recommended his expulsion from UW-Madison.
With a unique Hawaiian setting, University Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s comedy “Twelfth Night” has been playing at Hemsley Theatre for a week. With over 10 characters who have distinct personalities and correlations between each other, combined with the intriguing yet complex plot, the play may overwhelm the audience because of its richness.
A young man, face bright red, covered in vomit and urine, lay slumped in the corner of a basement while a frat party continued.
With one in four women on UW System campuses reporting they have been sexually assaulted, ensuring resources for survivors is a priority for many leaders.
Rec Sports Director John Horn said the name change will happen once the Nick opens.
No taxpayer dollars will go towards covering the UW-Oshkosh Foundation's debts.
Before being sworn in as the newest leader of the UW-Madison Police Department, Chief Kristen Roman sat down with The Daily Cardinal to discuss the most prevalent issues on campus, including campus carry legislation, undocumented students and sexual assault, among other issues.