Police officers arrested a UW-Madison student Friday on State Street for creating disturbances, as he experienced what appeared to be a mental health or substance abuse crisis.
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In addition to worrying about roommate assignments, meal plans and class choices, perspective transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming students routinely worry about resources regarding medical care available at UW-Madison before arriving on campus.
Only 10 of the people UW-Madison sophomore Demko Montgomery-Elm graduated middle school with now attend post-secondary schooling.
A sexual assault reportedly occurred in an unknown UW-Madison fraternity Saturday, according to a UW-Madison Crime Warning. The warning said the victim and suspect knew each other.
Chancellor reinforces UW’s sexual misconduct response after 100 investigations into UW employee sexual misconduct surface
This week news outlets reported 100 investigations in employee sexual harassment and assault across the UW System since 2014, on the heels of a major scandal at another Big Ten university where top officials were forced to step down for ignoring evidence of sexual abuse.
For the past 20 years, University Health Services at UW-Madison recorded the total number of students that died each year. This amounts to 192 total students from April 1998 to 2017, 56 of whom died in the last five years.
We all have that one relative: the scruffy-looking type who keeps to themselves at family gatherings and clearly doesn’t want to be there. His hair wild, eyes lowered, Destroyer’s frontman Dan Bejar appeared to headline the second night of the annual FRZN Fest embodying this character. He took frequent sips of his beer as he crooned lyrics that sounded like poetry but felt like the deep prophecies an uncle absentmindedly drones on about at the dinner table.
While sporting flannels and hoodies, the hip musicians of Whitney transported audiences away from the thick air of the Majestic Theatre. The band had the vibes of a gang of dudes simply jamming around a bonfire on the shore of a sunset-tinted, misty lake. The sold-out crowd swayed and smiled to the indie pop tunes, basking in the hints of outdoorsy late summer nights.
The premature cold breezing through Madison seemed to subside as hip hop artist Noname graced the stage with her warm spunk at the Majestic Theatre on Monday. Body heat collected as the sold-out crowd grooved to her bouncy grooves, and the warmth of her wide, toothy smile — which never waned during her brief and energetic set — could have melted the iciest of hearts.
Chicago-based rapper Noname — despite her stage name — clearly made a name for herself in Madison, because she will return to a local stage Monday for the third time within a year. She’s built up her reputation from being part of a stacked lineup at last year’s FRZN Fest at High Noon Saloon, followed by a small, free show at The Sett, to finally having her own ticketed headline show at the Majestic Theatre.
After adding a “T” in the late 1990s, UW-Madison’s LGBT Campus Center plans to evolve again with a fresh name — Gender and Sexuality Spectrum Center.
Controversy arose within UW-Madison’s student government this spring, as a national conservative organization provided campaign materials to candidates vying for spots on the student finance committee. Now, conversations about the group have sparked at another UW System institution — UW-Stevens Point.
UW-Madison joined 800 other universities Thursday in a letter calling upon key congressmen to advance legislation to protect Dreamers. The letter, compiled by the American Council on Education, urged the leaders to implement a “long-term legislative fix” that would protect Dreamers — individuals protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act.
A Madison resident who aimed a rifle at one fighter in a brawl he attempted to break up Sunday will be charged with second-degree recklessly endangering safety, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
A year after UW-Madison student Beau Solomon drowned in the Tiber River in the summer of 2016, his family sued John Cabot University in Rome, sparking a discussion about students’ safety while studying abroad.
The only person who could possibly feel themselves while wearing a sweater in the balmy heat of this confused Wisconsin weather is none other than empowering Midwest-raised rapper, Lizzo. Entering the stage wearing a fuzzy red heart on her chest, she went full-force from the beginning to end of her set, belting near-flawless anthems of feminism and body positivity.
While preparing for a jog, one stretches their muscles and warms up. During Spoon’s concert on Thursday, it felt as though both the audience and the band were in a constant state of anticipation, slowly tying their sneaker laces before finding that endorphin-releasing energy experienced at concerts.
It was a typical end-of-summer night at the Terrace, a slight chill in the air as stars rose above Lake Mendota, beer flowed from pitchers and a crowd of people bounced to the sounds of a groovy flute and song lyrics about amusement park rides. New Orleans-based band Tank and the Bangas poured their infectious energy over the crowd and kept them moving along with the rhythms of their jazz-gospel-funk-soul-infused jams.
Walking into a dining hall at UW-Madison, new students experience a flood of sensations—the sizzle of grilling burgers, the heavy scent of baking pizza—and, perhaps for the first time, the responsibility of choosing what they eat. Where french fries are sold next to a salad bar, the decision of how to fuel oneself during this early act of independence can be overwhelming for students that, added on to the stress of starting college, could spiral into consistent unhealthy patterns.
Apple has been ordered to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation $506 million, an increase from the original amount of $234 million, after a Madison federal judge ruled that the technology company infringed on WARF patents for devices used in their iPhone products.