The Dane County Parks Department ticketed members of Occupy Madison as well as others who were at the Lake View Hill County Park Sunday night for being at the site after park hours ended, according to a local housing activist.
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The Associated Students of Madison’s final Shared Governance Week of Action forum Thursday sparked discussion about how to handle the costs of University of Wisconsin System schools in the face of decreasing state funding and increasing tuition and fees.
The Badger Herald will discontinue printing Friday issues of its newspaper beginning this week.
Beginning Monday, students using their unlimited-rides bus pass will have to show their WisCards to bus drivers when boarding Metro Transit vehicles that require the swipe of a pass to board.
City officials will present recently signed amendments to Mayor Paul Soglin’s proposed 2013 city budget as a single package, meaning all amendments included in the bundle must be either approved or rejected as a whole when the Madison Common Council votes on the budgets next week.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison biochemistry professor has developed a simple bacterial test that could be used to save infants’ lives in developing countries, after the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation granted him $100,000 for the project, according to a UW-Madison news release.
The number of ballots cast early in Madison for the Nov. 6 election will likely surpass numbers from the 2008 election, Mayor Paul Soglin said in a press conference Wednesday.
Madison Police Department Chief Noble Wray apologized Tuesday for a recent incident in which police had homeless people’s belongings removed to a city dump facility.
Over the next two weeks, Julia Boms has to take two midterms and the Graduate Record Examination. But what distracts the University of Wisconsin-Madison Senior from studying is not the average internet browsing or chatting, but Hurricane Sandy, a tropical storm headed toward her family at home on Long Island, New York.
Athletic dept. explains policy: Officials discuss football seating enforcement with student governmen
Officials from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Athletic Department met with student government leaders at a meeting Thursday to talk about their response to student seating issues in Camp Randall as well as a new incentive program the ticket office is testing for student basketball tickets this season.
Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow will appeal the decision student government officials made Oct. 8 to deny the group funding eligibility.
Two weeks before the 2012 Presidential election, students from opposing sides of the political spectrum joined in a debate co-sponsored by a bipartisan student organization at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wednesday.
Frank Productions, the producer of Freakfest, has sold more tickets for admission to downtown Madison’s 2012 Halloween party than it did last year at this time, a company representative said at a press conference Tuesday.
The city is implementing alternate traffic routes for post-game travel on Saturday in anticipation of traffic delays that could result from crowds leaving Camp Randall from the 2:30 p.m. Michigan State football game after city officials begin gating off State Street at 5 p.m. to prepare for Freakfest.
In the face of low turnout at a forum Tuesday morning, the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Chancellor Search and Screen Committee heard its first taste of public opinion on the qualities the next leader of Wisconsin’s flagship university should have.
Student government leaders met Tuesday to discuss next year’s proposed internal budget for the Associated Students of Madison Student Council, including funding for prominent speakers on campus and Homecoming.
A former University of Wisconsin-Madison veterinarian who resigned due to frustration with how the university handled his concerns about maltreatment of research animals has become another voice siding with an animal rights group that recently made similar allegations.
Gov. Scott Walker must appear in court next week as a witness in a John Doe trial involving one of his former aides, according to a court summons signed by Walker’s lawyer Michael Steinle Sept. 28.
President Barack Obama’s visit to campus Thursday will bring the president off the television screen and onto Bascom Hill, where he will attempt to lock in support from the liberal capital of a swing state.
To help students control the time it takes to earn a degree, the university will discuss adding new summer courses and increasing availability of select, already existing classes this week.