Author and activist Jackson Katz advised men on their roles in stopping sexual assault during his talk Thursday called “The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and Why All Men Can Help.”
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The UW-Madison Lean In chapter and the American Association of University Women raised awareness for Equal Pay Day Tuesday on Library Mall.
Subhi Nahas, an advocate for LGBT refugees, shared Tuesday at Union South his personal experiences with persecution during his talk, “Seeking Refuge: A Journey to Refugee Advocacy.”
UW-Madison students held a candlelight vigil Thursday evening at Library Mall to honor the lives lost in recent tragedies around the world.
Photographer Sally Mann shared chapters from her award-winning memoir during her Distinguished Lecture Series talk Tuesday at Memorial Union.
Two UW-Madison professors are helping analyze data on American science and health literacy with the National Academy of Sciences panel for a report to be released in 2017.
Hidden in the depths of the Lakeshore neighborhood residence halls is a living option with a feature unique to it: Aldo Leopold Residence Hall, which holds a small greenhouse on its roof, home to the GreenHouse Learning Community.
Snowballs flew across Bascom Hill Thursday night as students fought for victory in the annual Battle for Bascom.
Journalist and author Jon Ronson highlighted negative outcomes of social media during his Distinguished Lecture Series talk Tuesday at Memorial Union.
Ogg Hall hosted the first day of the annual UW Bucky Blood Drive Wednesday, an event sponsored by the American Red Cross Club, Be The Match and Love Your Melon.
While sitting on her couch, 17-year-old Julia Presten made the ambitious decision to start her own clothing company, ANGELIC NYC.
Junot D?az, an author known for his fictional works featuring the immigrant experience and his personal racial background, answered questions at Memorial Union Monday as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series.
The University Theatre conducted interviews of volunteer participants Wednesday in an effort to address one question: “Why is it important to talk about race at UW-Madison?”
Laurel Fletcher, a local artist, brightens up Memorial Union with her exhibition, “Luminous.”
Brittany Travers, a professor in the occupational therapy program at UW-Madison, is studying whether using Wii video games can make the symptoms of children with autism spectrum disorder less severe by improving their motor skills, according to a university release.
CEO and radio journalist Alex Blumberg explained his courageous decision to begin his podcast network as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series Tuesday at the Memorial Union.
The holiday season is beginning, and no one is more excited than professor Bassam Shakhashiri as he prepares for his annual Christmas lecture, which sold out this year after less than four days of going on sale.
A swarm of UW-Madison students and community members, led by the student organization Climate Action 350 and its city affiliate 350 Madison, protested in front of Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s office Thursday to demand the divestment from fossil fuels.
Native scholar Dr. Adrienne Keene educated attendees about stereotyping and cultural appropriation of Native people at the Multicultural Student Center Wednesday.
As conversations surrounding global warming and the environment gain more and more national attention, a student organization on campus has turned its focus to local apartment buildings and their efforts to encourage sustainability.