Expulsion and suspension will be handed down to students who disrupt speakers on campus, after the Board of Regents voted in favor of their policy resolution Friday.
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The next UW-Madison chancellor could come from the private sector, after the Board of Regents approved sweeping hiring policy changes requiring the UW System to also recruit potential hires from non-academic fields.
The Associated Students of Madison took up several pieces of legislation Tuesday and while the body passed all of them, they did was not without debate.
A petition is circulating in protest of the university’s treatment of two faculty assistants — Alyssa Franze and Jambul Akkaziev — who were notified that they would not be hired to their program after being involved in the “fair and equitable campaign” last spring.
The Board of Regents policy draft outlines punishments for students who protest, mirroring that of the Campus Free Speech Act currently resting with the state Senate.
In a rare occurrence, the Associated Students of Madison will dip into their reserve fund — a pool of leftover money that gets used for one-time expenses — to pay for a new grant website and an additional lawyer after the reserve board approved both requests earlier this week.
The Associated Students of Madison and UW-Madison administration shared hors d'oeuvres and conversation Tuesday during Networking Night, a new event that Chair Katrina Morrison hoped would “repair relationships from last year.”
The Wisconsin Black Student Union highlighted aspects of their core programming during their presentation to the Student Services Finance Committee, where the organization advocated for reconfirmed eligibility for the General Student Services Fund.
Three UW-Madison Jewish students are suing the Associated Students of Madison’s Student Council for violating ASM bylaws by acting on legislation that would have required the university to divest from Israeli companies on the same day it was brought forth last year.
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.
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.
Researchers on campus are now just one click away from brain imaging tools, cancer prevention data and hundreds of other resources.
Students could pay a lower price for books next semester after the Associated Students of Madison adopted legislation Tuesday that launches a new textbook affordability pilot on campus.
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.
This year’s UW-Madison freshmen will be the last ones eligible to sit on the Associated Students of Madison as First Year representatives after a recent decision from Student Judiciary.
Equity and Inclusion committee chair Alex Hader introduced her "building bill of rights," a campaign vital to ensuring an accessible campus, Hader said on the new student government radio show Friday.
Students are making their voices heard about the future of their dollars after the Joint Finance Committee handed down an order to UW System schools in May, requiring them to have a uniform system of distributing segregated fees.
The Student Services Finance Committee approved eligibility for Supporting Peers in Laid-Back Listening, paving the way for student funds to be distributed to the peer counseling service.
The university’s cluster hiring program will be revived after a 15-year hiatus, Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Wednesday.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Wednesday that Badger Promise, a new financial aid program for low-income students, will be launching this fall.