In its first fall, Bucky’s Tuition Promise paid tuition for nearly one in five in-state UW-Madison freshmen, according to a university statement.
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“There's a village on a river,” Charlie Koczela begins. “And there are people in the river, drowning. The people in the village keep on pulling them out, but they never actually look to see who is pushing them in the river in the first place.”
A professor under investigation for decades of alleged sexual misconduct has retired, UW-Madison officials confirmed.
A suspicious package found outside of the Orpheum Theater forced police to close portions of North Henry Street for over an hour Friday night.
As the sun sets on Langdon St., the words “1492 Never Ends” beam from the upper window of Hillel UW.
With a few minor reductions along the way, the Student Services Finance Committee voted to grant the Campus Women’s Center their $71,911.50 operating budget for the 2019-’20 biennium in an unanimous vote Monday.
Six humanities majors remain slated for elimination at UW-Steven Point, according to a statement from officials Monday.
A Madison Metropolitan School District teacher was put on indefinite leave Nov. 1 after allegedly calling a middle school student by a racial slur, according to MMSD officials.
In an effort to bolster a stronger culture of academic research and development in Wisconsin, state technology advisors called on the Walker administration to foster more connections between industry and the UW System, support facility maintenance and cultivate a more welcoming academic climate.
Leaders from several universities are speaking out against a memo leaked from the Trump administration last week that suggested gender be defined on a sexual basis.
Their faces aglow with candlelight, more than 500 students stood in vigil and solidarity with the Jewish Community on Library Mall Monday night.
The United States Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture are considering Madison’s former Oscar Mayer plant as a location for those agencies’ new headquarters, according to a USDA statement last week.
The voices that chanted the Mourner’s Kaddish, the Jewish prayer for those who grieve, were heavy with pain Sunday night when nearly 1,000 gathered at the First Unitarian Society for an interfaith service honoring the 11 killed and six wounded in Saturday morning’s attack on The Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A man was fatally shot shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday in the Francis Street parking garage, according to Madison police.
Over the past year, more than 70 Dane County children were reported to have elevated lead concentrations in their blood in what officials are calling “a public health concern,” according to a statement released Tuesday by the Dane County Public Health.
The FBI arrested a former Wisconsin congressional candidate Wednesday night after he attempted to buy a lethal dose of a radioactive substance via the internet with the intention to kill an unnamed individual, according to the bureau.
In order to give the Adventure Learning Program more time to downsize its 2019-'20 funding requests, the Student Services Finance Committee opted to table the organization’s budget approval hearing until Thursday.
Ten minutes before 6:30 on a Monday night, the stairway leading into the basement of The Crossing is packed with students and community members. They are waiting in line to secure a seat at a communal dining room table for a fresh meal prepared by Slow Food UW.
This generation of college graduates will include more borrowers than ever who may not be able to repay their student loans, according to a report by Bloomberg News Wednesday.
Students who live in some off-campus neighborhoods will be able to receive WiscAlerts for crimes in their areas while police pilot a new notification system over the next six months, the UW-Madison Police Department announced last week.