The Edgewater will now be able to hold live outdoor music and events.
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ASM passes building bill of rights, despite some Council members’ view of legislation as “pipe dream”
Equity and Inclusion Chair Alex Hader worked on the Building Bill of Rights legislation along with Shared Governance Campaign Director Jacqueline Beaulieu.
The Edgewater Hotel’s entertainment license is the subject of an ongoing fight in the city council.
An unidentified man grabbed a woman’s neck on Carroll Street early Saturday morning. Her “screams were sufficient to cause the attacker to flee,” according to an MPD incident report.
A Board of Regents policy draft calls for strict punishments for students who disrupt a controversial speaker on campus.
Mayor Paul Soglin plans to officially announce his candidacy for governor next week, entering a crowded field of Democratic hopefuls.
Sophomore forward Lauren Rice was able to strike a perfect shot two minutes into overtime to give the Badgers a win.
Members of the community addressed the Dane County Board at a budget hearing Tuesday, calling for improved prison conditions and increased mental health services in the area.
The Student Services Finance Committee listened to two presentations from Badger Catholic and VETS, two groups that are re-applying for the GSSF.
Foster the People played in Madison for the first time on Saturday.
Associated Students of Madison Rep. Alex Hader’s resolution calling for a more proactive approach to meningitis prevention passed Tuesday, with all Student Council members voting for it.
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New Student Council Chair Katrina Morrison issued an apology at the semester's first meeting.
On Aug. 1, Steep & Brew will replace Starbucks in campus dining halls.