With the spring semester underway, students are acclimating to the updated university measures intended to curb the spread of COVID-19 on campus and across the Madison area.
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Amidst a fall semester fraught with a global pandemic, the Associated Students of Madison (ASM) sought to legislate and promote policies and measures that not only reflect the thoughts and priorities of the diverse student body in which they represent, but also enact real change university-wide.
In a letter to UW-Madison leadership, the Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA) called on the university to provide serious financial relief for students, citing university policy concerning segregated fees and international student fees, as well as the current telecommuting policy affecting international student workers, as crises that “mark the difference between eating and going hungry” for some.
As instruction resumed Monday after the Thanksgiving break, all UW-Madison classes have shifted online for the remainder of the semester in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 on campus and throughout the Madison community.
In a two page open-letter run in the Wisconsin State Journal on Sunday, UW-Health employees made a desperate plea for the people of Wisconsin to take action against the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Oct. 27, UW-Madison leaders emailed surveys to both undergraduate and graduate students asking for their thoughts and experiences concerning the university’s approach to the pandemic and any challenges they encountered, according to a Nov. 18 report by student life writer Doug Erickson.
A lot has changed on campus this year due to the ongoing pandemic. The vast majority of classes are held virtually, residence halls have serious restrictions and there are little-to-no activities going on across campus.
UW-Madison mandated testing for all residents of Witte and Sellery Halls on Monday, Nov. 9 amid rising positivity rates across campus.
In an interview with 91.7 WSUM News that aired at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke about the importance of the UW-Madison student vote.
Student Inclusion Coalition and campus partnership progress report to address UW-Madison climate, diversity and inclusion
“Your ‘home’ was built upon someone else’s home.”
The Wisconsin Partnership Program announced last week it will award six community health equity initiatives with a total of $6 million in grants over the next five years.
Renovations to the UW-Madison Red Gym are complete after nine months of remodeling aimed to improve the meeting areas and student spaces for UW-Madison’s diversity centers and programs.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank emphasized her confidence in the university and its future, despite university-wide issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic in a virtual speech to the Wisconsin Alumni Associationon Tuesday.
As many campus services and facilities have shuttered or been restricted amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many UW-Madison students are calling for refunds of the fees they paid to fund those resources.
Dr. Celine Gounder joined the Wisconsin Union Directorate’s Distinguished Lecture Series virtual event Tuesday night to speak about the vital intersection of health and social justice.
A cluttered bedroom, slips of paper and notes pasted hastily on a wall — it looks like a television drama where detectives work diligently to find a serial killer on the loose — but, in this case, it’s the bedroom of the young, British writer, Arabella Essideu.
The BadgersVote Student Coalition led a Zoom the Vote event Monday Sept. 21 on Zoom to inform students how to register to vote in Wisconsin and to answer questions about registration and voting laws.
Seeking change in suburban communities: An interview with ASM Legislative Affairs Chair Robyn George
Robyn George, a first year student and the new Legislative Affairs Chair of ASM at UW-Madison, is hoping to create change in suburban communities through the non-profit organization Suburbs for Equality, where she currently serves as founder and president.
This month, Latinx Heritage Month kicks off — virtually — with a wide variety of events and speakers presented by the Latinx Cultural Center and the Multicultural Student Center from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) met virtually Wednesday night to determine the Student Council’s leadership for the coming school year and elected Representative Matthew Mitnick as its chair.