The UW community responded to the death of Hussain Saeed Alnahdi, a UW-Stout international student from Saudi Arabia, Monday by offering condolences and holding a memorial service.
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Bail was set at $200,000 for suspended UW-Madison student Alec Cook Thursday, as the 20-year-old made his initial appearance in court.
The UW-Madison chapter of Project HEAL gathered Tuesday for the first of their bi-weekly coloring nights, where they create a comfortable space for people to discuss the thoughts of their bodies and eating disorders.
Alec Cook, a suspended UW-Madison junior, will be charged Thursday in a 30-count criminal complaint following sexual assault reports from multiple women last week.
UW-Madison students can vote before Election Day Nov. 8 at two campus locations.
Three victims have come forward in the last week to report Alec R. Cook, a UW-Madison senior, of sexual assault.
The court date for Alec R. Cook, a UW-Madison senior who was arrested for sexual assault Monday, has been set for Nov. 7 at the Dane County Circuit Court.
A UW-Madison student was seriously injured after losing control of their skateboard and hitting a light pole on Observatory Drive.
Signs that read “God Hates Proud Sinners” and similar phrases, that were held by members of the Westboro Baptist Church, were countered by words such as “Ignore the Haters” by UW-Madison students and community members.
A UW-Madison student was arrested for two counts of second-degree sexual assault Monday.
Three UW-Madison undergraduates have attempted to uncover through research that standardized testing exemplifies systematic racism and makes it challenging for young black students to attend college.
The number of hate and bias incidents reported on campus has increased from 18 in Fall 2015 to 66 in the spring, according to university officials.
Audience members jumped across hopscotch squares to their theater seats, which held containers in the cup holders filled with small animal figurines and bouncy balls to entertain themselves during an interactive panel discussion, “Playing with Play.”
Around 35 participants donated money and ran or walked down Lakeshore Path from the Natatorium to support refugees Sunday.
A sexual assault was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department Saturday.
The UW-Madison chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity has been terminated due to violations of Student Organization Code of Conduct policies.
One of the first discoveries of solar energy was made in a UW-Madison lab and sketched to artistically explain the concept. This drawing, pulled from the archives from 1957, is displayed among the artwork of other original scientific ideas in a Union South exhibit.
UW-Madison Police Department held its first Active Shooter Response training session Wednesday that taught students, faculty and staff what to do if a mass shooting were to occur on campus.
UW-Madison Police Department responded to an Associated Students of Madison resolution asking UWPD to be transparent about the equipment they own, and will own, by launching a website Thursday.