The vacant buildings in the lots east of the Chazen Museum of Art will soon be gone, and in their place will stand a future home for the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s music school.
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Members of a Dane County trade union will vote Thursday to ratify an extended contract agreement with the county regarding financial aspects of employment for county workers.
The number of women faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has steadily risen over the past few decades, due in part to efforts by the university to reduce biases in hiring, according to a university news release.
University of Wisconsin System President Kevin Reilly appointed a committee Monday to represent the campus community in the search for the next University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor.
The Dane County Executive's office proposed an initiative Wednesday to provide winter shelter for homeless people and victims of domestic violence.
New poll results released Monday show close races for the presidential and U.S. Senate campaigns in Wisconsin, with Democrats holding a slight lead over Republicans.
Cornell University announced last Thursday it will cut business ties with adidas, a company the University of Wisconsin-Madison has recently had to consider its own relationship with.
Mitt Romney's campaign released a commercial aimed at Wisconsin voters Sunday that highlights the deficit as an issue the presidential candidate plans to address in the state.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is attempting to increase awareness and prevent sexual assault violence on campus with a new online program that all first-year students are expected to complete.
The balance between historic buildings and new projects in downtown Madison came under discussion Wednesday night when city officials heard a proposal for a new student-oriented apartment complex slated for construction where three historic buildings currently stand.
Madison Police are investigating two separate incidents downtown, including one death and a severe injury.
Students from a UW-Madison program designed to kick-start higher education for economically disadvantaged adults gathered at the Memorial Union Wednesday to celebrate their graduation with a full room of family and friends.
Several out-of-town visitors who fell victim to beatings and robbery over the weekend may have been in Madison for the Mifflin Street Block Party, according to Madison Police Department spokesperson Joel DeSpain.
A UW-Madison study analyzing victimization found that lesbians, gays and bisexuals face higher rates of threats and assaults than heterosexuals.
The Mifflin Street Block Party with its crowded porches, empty beer cans and matching T-shirts is inseparable from the end of the academic year.
While terrace chairs in their usual colors are a sign of spring, the blue chairs that appeared at Memorial Union yesterday are a sign of ongoing fundraising for renovations to the building.
An ongoing project to overhaul UW-Madison’s human resources system will also emphasize diversity in all its forms.
An unidentified suspect hit a student with their car on Park Street near State Street Tuesday afternoon and fled down Lakeshore Path.
When the Dane County Farmers’ Market opens for the season Saturday, it will welcome about 150 vendors, including five new ones, to the Capitol Square.
When Ari Herstand took the call to interview with The Daily Cardinal, he had just stepped out of the vocal booth.