Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced in a State of the University speech to the UW-Madison Faculty Senate Monday that she is asking the Board of Regents to raise tuition for out-of-state and professional students.
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University Health Services held a clinic on Bascom Hill Tuesday, offering free flu shots to UW-Madison students.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank gave a State of the University address to the UW-Madison Faculty Senate Monday, which explained how the university will try to increase tuition for out-of-state students and continue to freeze tuition for in-state students.
UW-Madison sophomore Skylar Witte was crowned Miss Wisconsin USA 2017 earlier this month after competing against 41 other women for the title.
Dear World, a national portrait project, brought their group to UW-Madison Tuesday to ask all members of campus one question: “If you had one story to share with the world, what would you say?”
Associated Students of Madison held their first voter registration event Monday at Memorial Library to attract student voters.
UW-Madison students are creating a new student organization that offers a safe space for individuals to discuss eating disorders.
UW-Madison held its sixth and final open house to present the final draft of the 2015 Campus Master Plan Tuesday in Union South.
Three roads will be closed on the UW-Madison campus beginning Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Anti-Semitic graffiti found in Sellery Residence Hall was reported to UW-Madison Saturday.
UW-Madison’s LGBT Campus Center and a campus ministry, The Crossing, held a vigil Monday on Bascom Hill to remember the massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on the event’s three-month anniversary.
The School of Human Ecology held the opening reception for the Ruth Davis Design Gallery’s featured exhibit, “Stitching History from the Holocaust,” a travelling display from the Jewish Museum Milwaukee in Nancy Nicholas Hall Sunday.
2,996 American flags filled the lower part of Bascom Hill Friday to symbolize and commemorate the number of lives lost on 9/11.
The Wisconsin Union hosted a campus farmers’ market outside the main entrance of Union South Thursday.
A sexual assault was reported to UW-Madison by a Campus Security Authority Thursday morning, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.
The American Red Cross celebrated the first day of classes with the UW Kick-Off Week blood drive at Ogg Residence Hall.
The UW-Madison Police Department bid farewell to their chief of 25 years, Sue Riseling, at the end of this past spring semester. Stepping into her shoes for the time being is Brian Bridges, an officer in his fourth decade with the force. Bridges is no stranger to campus law enforcement, having worked at UW-Eau Claire before coming to UW-Madison. Bridges has no intention of remaining chief?the future permanent chief will be chosen by the university from a pool of applicants from all over the nation, most likely in November or December of this year?and will return to assistant chief status once one is selected. For the time being, he will lead UWPD during the busy fall season of Badger game days and Halloween. He sat down with The Daily Cardinal to discuss his plans for handling these events and other common occurrences, and what he expects from this semester.
Additions to the UW-Madison Police Department building begin this fall. The renovations will more than double the current space the department has, an expansion UWPD spokesman Marc Lovicott said they have wanted for nearly five years.
UW-Madison Police Department responded to a phone call reporting an aggravated assault at the lakeshore of Memorial Union around 1 a.m. Friday.
UW-Madison students may need to re-register to vote in the Aug. 9 primary election, according to a UW-Madison news release.