An email was sent to all residents of Witte Residence Hall Friday morning announcing the death of a student and member of the 8th floor community.
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While she felt no personal threat, Laura Buckman, a UW-Madison junior studying abroad in Italy, was disheartened to learn she must leave the country at the university’s request due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, formerly known as Novel Coronavirus.
The Associated Students of Madison will hold elections for student government positions Monday, March 2 through Wednesday, March 4 at 5 p.m.
“I was born into cycles of violence, alcoholism and drugs, and it wasn’t until I came to prison that I learned how to read and write,” a student in the Odyssey Project testified. “I fell in love with the worlds that words built.”
Rebecca Skloot, author of ‘The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,’ will give a lecture on scientific consent at UW-Madison’s Shannon Hall March 4.
Emmy-Award winning producer Pierce Freelon will speak Thursday at Union South’s Varsity Hall to discuss Afrofuturism, the theme of this year's Black History Month.
Repairing harm, reducing risk: UW-Madison Restorative Justice Project facilitates victim-offender dialogues
The Restorative Justice Project, sponsored by UW-Madison’s Law School, aims to serve victims and survivors in the aftermath of serious crimes by providing victim-offender dialogues.
James Patterson, a top-selling author worldwide for the past two decades, will give the keynote speech at the UW-Madison Spring 2020 Commencement alongside alumni speaker John Felder.
The Nicholas Recreation Center is set to open at the start of fall 2020, according to the university.
Officer Diego Lema Hernandez started his new position Thursday as the UW-Madison Police Department Downtown liaison officer.
UW-Madison School of Pharmacy introduces Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Applied Drug Development
The UW-Madison School of Pharmacy introduced a new master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, specifically Applied Drug Development for the 2020-’21 school year in order to better prepare students for the developing needs of employers.
UW-Madison’s Chemistry Department received the 2020 Diversity Award from the UW System Board of Regents.
TV personality Bill Nye the “Science Guy” will visit UW-Madison on Apr. 21 to speak about climate change.
The UW-Madison Sigma Chi fraternity chapter is no longer affiliated with its parent organization, Sigma Chi International, meaning the university will no longer recognize it as a registered student organization.
UW-Madison alumni Tashia and John Morgridge committed $70 million Thursday to a one-for-one match opportunity to support faculty recruitment and retention.
A proposed city ordinance will prohibit UW-Madison’s food delivery robots from leaving the campus.
UW-Madison students can begin casting absentee ballots for their home state’s presidential primary at Union South, Memorial Union, the Student Activity Center and the Health Services Learning Center starting Feb. 10.
In attempt to bring wackiness back to campus, Lady Liberty will make her 2020 debut on Lake Mendota during the Winter Carnival.
Darren DeLaOssa reported a mugging to the UW-Madison Police Department Wednesday near the Nielson Tennis Center of the university’s campus.
With the number of cases of the new strain of coronavirus rapidly increasing, UW-Madison and UW-Platteville seek precautionary measures to protect those on campus from the disease.