Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health have partnered with Facebook in a $1 million study on the correlation between social media use and mental health in teenagers.
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Obama-era regulations designed to protect student loan borrowers and reign in for-profit colleges remain in place after a U.S. District Court ruled Wednesday that Trump Administration rollbacks on those measures were unconstitutional.
Before throwing in her bid for Mayor Wednesday, Toriana Pettaway spent the last three years serving Madison as the city’s first racial equity coordinator.
Seven of the eight pumps being used to drain the yet-deluged Capital City Bike trail were stolen late Tuesday night, resulting in an additional eight inches of flooding on parts of the trail, according to a statement from Madison’s deputy mayor.
Wunk Sheek, UW-Madison’s only Native student organization, regained their eligibility for segregated fees in an unanimous Student Service Finance Committee vote Monday.
Celebrating diversity of Latinx ‘cultura’
Federal emergency aid is on its way to help areas across the state recover from last month's torrential flooding after several Wisconsin legislators petitioned the Trump administration for funding.
Flying a drone illegally in Madison could now land you with up to one thousand dollars in fines from the city alone following a city council vote on new regulations Tuesday night.
The Madison police department has publicly identified the officer involved in last weekend’s police shooting after placing her on administrative leave.
The Dane County Emergency Management estimates that August’s floods caused more than $39 million dollars of damage to public infrastructure, according to a department release Wednesday morning.
Adding a flooded apartment to their list of back to school stressors is a challenge students across Madison are facing this fall when, a week after the last round of flooding, roads are still closed and parts of the city remain underwater.
In July, Gov. Scott Walker announced that, if re-elected, he would continue to support a tuition freeze for in-state students at UW System schools for the next four years.
Campus spaces memorializing KKK fraternity members likely to see name change, following Union Council vote
Wisconsin Union spaces that memorialized former Ku Klux Klan fraternity members could receive new names this fall, if UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank approves the Union Council resolution passed in a 7-2 vote Monday night.
A pedestrian was sexually assaulted by a stranger Tuesday night, near the intersection of W. Dayton Street and Mills Street, according to a Madison Police Department Crime Warning sent Thursday morning.
A student arriving on campus for the first time in the early 1920s would have found themselves at a university where parading down State Street in blackface, conducting mock peace pipe ceremonies on Library Mall and ridiculing Jewish and Asian-American students in student publications were normal behaviors, and where a campus fraternity called the Klu Klux Klan enforced white supremacy vigilantly and with limited opposition.
Planned Parenthood opened the doors at their new Sheboygan location Monday, where they plan to offer certain abortions, early pregnancy complication assessments and other preventative healthcare.
The Wisconsin Union announced plans to reconsider the names of campus spaces named after Klu Klux Klan fraternity members Thursday, a week after students filed a hate and bias report against the organization for not making changes sooner.
When Genevieve Pfister and Samuel Fritz, who are both graduating this spring, became friends in their electrical engineering class last year, they were unsure where they would end up after graduation. Now, Fritz is preparing to pursue a job as paralegal in Milwaukee and Pfister is relocating to Texas to work at a top engineering company.
Ken Potter, a UW-Madison hydrologist, likes to imagine the Yahara Lakes around Madison as a clogged bathtub. With little change in elevation between the top and bottom of the lake chain, the stormwater that flows in tends to stay there.
In an effort to meet the City of Madison’s zero waste goal, city officials are considering switching all municipal vehicles to renewable energy.