UW-Madison instructors debated how they should deliver course content to this generation of college students that have seen the term “trigger warning” splashed on recent headlines.
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The Chazen Museum of Art will lose someone who’s been a fixture for 33 years with the retirement of Director Russell Panczenko, who is leaving June 30, according to a UW-Madison news release.
A series of burglaries that have occurred over the last two weeks on campus are being investigated by UW-Madison Police Department, according to a crime warning.
By gathering more than 100 UW-Madison women together, a new student organization is striving to make fitness a fun component that fits into female students’ lives.
A sexual assault reportedly occurred in the southern area of campus, according to a UW-Madison Crime Warning.
Along with science, literature and foreign language, first-year students at UW-Madison will have an opportunity to also study inclusion, diversity and equity through an inclusion program to launch Fall 2017.
UW-Madison students who violate university drinking policies do not have any choice but to take Choices about Alcohol, a two session course that teaches students about the dangers of alcohol abuse.
UW-Madison Police Department arrested an 18-year-old man Saturday who caused a public disturbance by grabbing pedestrians, according to a UWPD incident report.
The grand opening of the Black Cultural Center will take place on an undetermined date in either late April or early May, according to university officials. The space will still be dedicated with a ceremony at the conclusion of Black History Month.
Sitting next to each other, a U.S. attorney and a Islamic religious leader defined Islamophobia—a form of racism and oppression that has been prevalent in the media—and spoke Monday about their ideas to combat it.
A UW-Madison club baseball coach pitched an idea to bring varsity baseball back to the university’s list of Division One sports for the first time since 1991.
The number of UW-Madison students, faculty and staff affected by President Donald Trump’s executive order to bar immigrants from entering the U.S. has risen from 88 to 115, according to the university.
White Privilege 101 offered a group of UW-Madison students a lesson Monday on how to use the privilege they may have from their various identities in an open discussion setting.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank called on the Trump administration to reconsider the new order that stops individuals from certain countries from returning to the U.S. in a statement released Monday.
Shirts emblazoned with the phrase “All white people are racist” raised questions last semester. This is what Eneale Pickett wanted with his clothing line, and he is starting conversations again with a new line of apparel.
A lecture slide that showed a black woman above the word “animals” in a UW-Madison lecture Monday sparked student outrage on social media.
Before being sworn in as the newest leader of the UW-Madison Police Department, Chief Kristen Roman sat down with The Daily Cardinal to discuss the most prevalent issues on campus, including campus carry legislation, undocumented students and sexual assault, among other issues.
WASHINGTON—A group of 14 UW-Madison students piled into a nine-person van this weekend and crossed the country to join nearly half a million people near the Capitol building for a solidarity march meant to unite the world in social justice movements.
Host countries often offer Syrian refugees an elementary education, but refugees that seek higher education in their new states frequently face logistical and financial barriers. One UW-Madison student has started a movement to urge the university to aid her Syrian counterparts.
Memorial Union fired up the grills at two new restaurants and familiar eatery, Der Rathskeller, Tuesday.