As UW-Madison gears up for an in-person fall semester, the university has modified its coronavirus response and protocol for the summer.
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The Coyle family has claimed that UW-Madison misused the $500,000 donation they gave in 2016 and intend to get their money back.
With the death of twenty-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minn., at the hands of Brooklyn Center police officer Kimberly Potter, UW-Madison student activists have redoubled calls for change that have been near-continuous throughout the academic year.
Jewish students across University of Wisconsin System colleges are frustrated as the start of the 2021-22 academic year coincides with Rosh Hashanah, and the UW System has no plans to change course.
The Associated Students of Madison Equity and Inclusion Committee encouraged students to reach out to Wisconsin government leaders on Thursday, as part of their efforts to support transgender athletes.
No injuries were reported after a concrete slab fell from the third floor of Van Hise Hall on the UW-Madison campus Sunday.
‘I am more worried about my mental health than getting COVID-19’: As pandemic grinds on, students struggle
Mental health has been a topic of campus conversation for months, as the challenges of COVID-19 and remote learning affect UW-Madison students.
The UW-Madison Varsity Band met in-person last week to practice together for the first time in over a year.
The Associated Students of Madison met Tuesday night, approving several pieces of legislation.
Issues regarding financial aid, financial relief and the student loan debt crisis have been at the forefront of national, local and university conversations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These have sparked concern about systemic inequities — relating to income and economic background — affecting students’ ability to pay for college and provoking UW-Madison students’ opinions.
As of March 18, the UW has distributed all financial relief allocated by the High Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II) to students, pushing some students to advocate for more financial aid from the university.
As of Wednesday, March 17, all UW employees and staff who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are no longer required to adhere to UW’s routine testing, according to an email sent to the campus community.
Since high school, Ayomi Obuseh has had a vision for the city she calls home. She developed a close relationship with a Madison West after-school care worker who fostered her passion as an activist and community advocate.
As the weather warms and UW-Madison and Dane County COVID-19 restrictions have eased up, UW-Madison students are gathering outside and following varying degrees of COVID-19 public health guidelines — sparking concern among the campus community.
UW-Madison students have expressed confusion with the university’s attempts to enforce its new testing policies while the UW administration maintains that their communication strategy has been effective.
A robust COVID-19 testing plan is at the forefront of university efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 across the UW-Madison campus, but some students are reporting the university’s saliva-based testing has given them false positive test results, forcing themselves and acquaintances into isolation.
UW-Madison administration expressed concern about a recent surge in COVID-19 cases among the campus community in a Friday morning email to students.
A mix of both online and in-person classes during the spring 2021 semester means that many student clubs and organizations must meet remotely due to public health guidelines intended to curb the spread of COVID-19 across campus.
The UW-Madison Black Cultural Center — an identity center within the Multicultural Learning Center — is honoring Black History Month with a slew of events in their series, “Music as Medicine: Evolution of Music in the Black Community.”
This semester, UW-Madison is offering a mix of remote and in-person courses to its over 45,000 enrolled students both on and off-campus.