Traditionally, members of the Madison community recognize Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day through service. This year, several UW-Madison organizations created an event focused on bringing everyone, especially the campus community, together.
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While other groups worked with money, UW-Madison’s Commodity Trading group used algorithms to exchange soy and corn using a simulation to exhibit their work at a Chicago showcase. The group was the only undergraduate, agricultural-focused group among the displayed teams.
After a semester where the number of hate and bias incidents reported to the Bias Response Team more than tripled, UW-Madison is beginning to improve and develop tactics to respond to such occurrences by connecting with other colleges throughout the Midwest.
UW-Madison Police Department’s police horse, Vegas, died Tuesday after more than one year of suffering from Degenerative Suspensory Ligament Disease.
Madison Police Department responded to an act of aggravated battery Friday that occurred at the intersection of University Avenue and Hawthorne Court near the UW-Madison campus.
A UW-Madison freshman has been reported missing and is feared to be dead after the plane she was on crashed in Lake Erie Dec. 29.
In the midst of below-zero temperatures, UW-Madison recognized more than 1,000 graduates at the mid-year commencement ceremony at the Kohl Center Sunday.
University officials announced Friday that Kristen Roman will be the next UW-Madison Police Department chief.
Six additional criminal charges from five different women were brought Thursday against suspended UW-Madison student Alec Cook, who now faces a total of 21 charges, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
The Syrian Army took over Aleppo, one of the country's largest cities, killing hundreds of citizens in the streets Monday. Now, UW-Madison students aim to aid the people of Syria by acting locally.
UW-Madison students, faculty and staff are already beginning to protest campus carry legislation that seeks to allow concealed weapon in university buildings and will reportedly be re-introduced in January.
Low-income UW-Madison students will be able to get daily necessities at no cost at the Badger Caring Closet, a new student organization opening in the spring semester.
State Rep. Jesse Kremer, R-Kewaskum, plans to re-introduce legislation that will allow concealed weapons to be carried on UW System and technical college campuses in Wisconsin. UW-Madison students have begun to take action to oppose the legislation before it is voted on.
The Ellen Degeneres Show recently brought six unexpecting UW-Madison roommates an early Christmas gift?a cardboard cutout of Ellen Degeneres.
South African scholar Mathodi Motsamayi arrived at UW-Madison in early November with hopes of networking with other scholars and raising awareness of his research during his one-month residency. With one week left, he said he believed his visit has been successful.
Suspended UW-Madison freshman Alec Shiva has been scheduled for a Dec. 27 preliminary hearing.
Molly Ball spoke to UW-Madison journalism students about her path as a journalist, political journalism and her coverage of the presidential election, particularly the recent presidential election, as the Center for Journalism Ethics’ Writer-In-Residence for December.
Hundreds of students flooded the first floor of Memorial Union as its doors and familiar spaces reopened to the public Monday for a Finals Frenzy celebration.
UW-Madison students who participated in the activism against the Dakota Access pipeline say they are satisfied with The Army Corps of Engineers’ Sunday decision to look for alternative routes, but know that their jobs are not done.
Brooke Evans, a scholar-activist at UW-Madison who has dealt with homelessness on several occasions during her college career, will have her story, and ones like hers, recognized in a display on campus.