The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has begun a fourth investigation to analyze UW-Madison’s handling of sexual assault cases.
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A person of interest from a Tuesday morning shooting was taken into custody by law enforcement outside of UW Hospital around 9 a.m. Tuesday.
UW-Madison’s Multicultural Student Center received criticism for offering separate discussion groups for white and minority students and staff in the Red Gym Monday evening.
UW-Madison campus broke ground on its remodel in the summer of 2012 with the first phases of the Memorial Union Reinvestment project.
Italian authorities detained a man Tuesday suspected of murdering 19-year-old UW-Madison student Beau Solomon.
Family members confirmed Monday the body recently found in the Tiber river is missing 19-year-old UW-Madison sophomore Beau Solomon, according to Channel 3000.
University Housing child resident diagnosed with lead poisoning coincides with increased push to solve the problem permanently
University Housing was alerted in April by Dane County Health that a child residing in the complex had elevated lead levels in their blood. The health department reviewed the interior and exterior of the child’s residence, but could not determine the specific source of the lead.
UW-Madison Police Chief Sue Riseling announced her retirement Wednesday.
Stories of social injustice filled student newspapers’ pages throughout the previous academic term. Incoming students will not only be made aware of these issues, but they will also be provided with tools to discuss them and similar topics in order to diminish occurrences of discrimination. The university will attempt to instill a sense of acceptance in new students before they even step on campus.
Madison Police Department arrested UW-Madison student Nathan J. Friar June 8 for second-degree sexual assault and strangulation of a 21-year-old female.
UW-Madison’s chapter of the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) has been suspended until Nov. 1, 2016.
The Memorial Union Terrace will remain open, according to a press release from the Wisconsin Union.
A memorial for UW-Madison students that passed away during this academic year was held at the Carillon Tower outside of the William H. Sewell Social Sciences building Friday.
UW-Madison student Denzel McDonald has been referred to the Community Restorative Court after being arrested for 11 counts of graffiti on campus buildings.
The Memorial Union Terrace will open temporarily May 12 until midnight May 15. The opening gives individuals a final opportunity on their graduation weekend to enjoy the Terrace as UW-Madison students.
UW-Madison graduate students met with Chancellor Rebecca Blank Tuesday to review and present demands on the campus environment for students of color.
The UW Drag Spectacular drew a crowd of all identities Thursday at Varsity Hall in Union South, as part of the LGBT Campus Center’s Out and About Month lineup.
Anna Deavere Smith brought characters from her one-woman show to her Distinguished Lecture Series talk Wednesday at Memorial Union as part of Lit Fest 2016.
On April 9, UW-Madison students received an email briefly describing a first-degree sexual assault that occurred just after 10 p.m. the previous night.
UW-Madison Police Department Chief Susan Riseling released a statement Friday to address an officer’s decision to approach a student in a university classroom.