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Student representatives in City Council, County Board and committees say the structure of those bodies impose barriers to community participation in governance
Partisan divides marked a turbulent week of disagreement and discontent in the Capitol.
Gov. Tony Evers proclaims November Family Caregiver month brings awareness to demands of the role, paralleling U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis, proposed legislation promoting respite care.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers are set to introduce a bill similar to California’s “Fair Pay to Play” that would allow college athletes to profit from their status starting in 2023.
Representatives from the Committee on Education moved amendments forward at the Capitol today surrounding the financial stability of small school districts and their diminishing enrollment.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank welcomed students, faculty, alumni and spectators Oct. 25 to the ribbon cutting ceremony for the New Hamel Music Center.
Two hundred fifty legal experts ask Gov. Tony Evers to grant Making a Murderers’ Brendan Dassey’s petition for clemency, testifying to Dassey’s wrongful conviction, lengthy sentence and coerced confession.
“Child care deserts” across the state cause legislators to propose ideas from federal policies, presented by the Department of Children and Families to committee members at the Capitol Wednesday.
Factors such as health care and “exploitative” landlord practices have led to an imbalance in the homeless community, according to Ald. Michael Tierney.
In an eight-hour meeting, committee members voted against their own previous preferences in order to deliver a balanced budget.
UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee and UW-Stevens Point are considered bicycle-friendly campuses, based on new ratings from the League of American Bicyclists.
GWS professor and members of NOW spoke about the importance of loving one's body amid societal pressures.
In a state assembly meeting, two Milwaukee representatives brought forth traffic data concerning reckless driving and a corresponding bill proposal to mitigate a 14 percent increase of car accidents.
Enrollment at the UW System’s 13 branch campuses declined by 28.6 percent for fall 2019, administrators citing explanations such as demographic trends and restructuring transitions.
The program aims to open up the conversation around suicide and mental health stigma on campus.
The Badger defense ranks tops in the entire country, propelling Wisconsin up the AP rankings.
The council voted unanimously to dedicate the extra funds to youth programs from the Mayor’s 2020 operating budget.