UW-Madison’s police department announced Thursday that its WiscAlerts, or emergency messaging system, will soon appear in six different languages, becoming the first university in the country to offer multiple languages in their emergency alert system.
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UW-Madison’s Health Services implemented a Sexual Health Clinic in April 2019 in order to provide access to sexual health resources for a wider variety of students.
Senior Jordan Pasbrig ran for the 23rd Session of the Associated Students of Madison in 2016 after learning the state opted to make student segregated fees optional in the state of Wisconsin.
Students protested UW-Madison Housing’s lack of attention to students of color Monday outside Slichter’s Housing Office.
Being welcoming and accommodating are essential to people with disabilities and integral to adaptive fitness programs, according to Tim Gattenby, a distinguished faculty associate in the kinesiology department — and creator of a new UW-Madison certificate program.
UW-Madison announced the honorees last Friday for the 12th annual Outstanding Women of Color Awards for their noteworthy contributions in their field.
Native American activist and UW-Madison alum Ada Deer will discuss her life experiences and political involvement alongside her new memoir “Making a Difference: My Fight for Native Rights and Social Justice.”
Union South commemorates liberation throughAuschwitz-Birkenau: Nazi German Concentration and Extermination Camp exhibit
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Union South’s Gallery 1308 is home to the exhbit “Auschwitz-Birkenau: Nazi German Concentration and Extermination Camp” throughout the week.
UW-Madison will raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour for all employees paid hourly starting in the spring of 2020.
Babcock Dairy Hall will be under renovation for the next two years, decreasing the amount of Babcock ice cream sold all over campus.
UW-Madison settled a lawsuit for $850 thousand Wednesday after a UW Lifesaving Station boat killed Yu Chen while he was windsurfing on Lake Mendota in 2017.
UW-Madison’s Diversity Forum hosted several follow-up panels and discussions Wednesday following John Quinones’ keynote speech at Union South.
UW-Madison Housing and Dining implemented a new autonomous food delivery system on campus last week — robots.
The opening of the Nicholas Recreation Center has been delayed due to significant weather and construction challenges.
The second year of Bucky’s Tuition Promise offered free tuition to 848 Wisconsin residents the chance to attend the state’s flagstaff university free of charge.
John Brady, a graduate Engineering student died by suicide in 2016 after spending seven years in a toxic lab environment under Akbar Sayeed.
The new Hamel Music Center opened doors Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Chancellor Rebecca Blank followed by a student collage concert.
Madison’s premiere Ethiopian restaurant, Buraka, opened a temporary location in Union South Wednesday after owner Markos Regassa lost his State Street location.
The McBurney Disability Resource Center recognized nine faculty members last Thursday for their outstanding support of students with disabilities.
The Sigma Chi Fraternity was suspended Wednesday evening from all university activities until January 21, 2020 for violating their alcohol probation.