The graffiti was found on Agricultural Hall Monday morning.
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The group Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment hosted the event.
Since the founding of the Office of Sustainability in 2012, UW-Madison has made great strides in efforts to make campus more environmentally friendly. However, there are still problems around waste and food management that need to be addressed.
Wisconsin will receive $7 million in federal funding to boost election security measures, as state Democrats celebrate progress on a front they had seen little success on within the state government.
SSFC Rep. Henry Galles was one of six total representatives up for impeachment Thursday.
After an announcement Monday that the Trump administration plans to roll back environmental standards, Wisconsin politicians are pushing back and demanding tougher regulations.
Director of Housing and Dining Jeff Novak answered Student Council members' questions about the controversial meal plan.
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UW System President Ray Cross has faced significant criticism for emails he sent after the restructuring plan leaked.
The Associated Students of Madison hosted a town hall with representatives from city, state and student governments along with campus law enforcement Wednesday to address student safety concerns.
Since arriving at Wisconsin, Granato has been implementing confidence within his players and the program. Despite its underwhelming record this season, Wisconsin looks to continue progressing through that confidence.
Only 2,411 UW-Madison students completed ballots in this springs ASM elections, a three percent drop from last year's voter turnout.
As public pressure rises to generate meaningful solutions to ensure school safety, lawmakers clash over how best to address the issue.
Kearny just started his CRAZYTALK Tour in February and has been working his way to the Midwest from the West Coast.
Vice Provost for Diversity and Climate Patrick Sims and Dean of Students Lori Berquam fielded questions from approximately 30 students Monday ranging from funding for multicultural group centers to how the university responds to issues of diversity.