The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department is investigating a racist incident involving anti-Arab and anti-Asian speech, UW-Madison said in a statement Wednesday night.
Emergency personnel responded to a fire at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Engineering Hall that has since been extinguished.
Environmental advocates at UW-Madison and 350 Wisconsin, a local environmental nonprofit, raised concerns of a lack of sustainability over the summer and fall for the campus redistricting project.
UW System schools would develop AI majors under $32 million workforce development proposal. Here’s what they might look likeBy Natasha Hicks | Nov. 16
As part of its workforce development proposal, the UW System has proposed programs in AI across the state.
José Olivarez explores mental health through poetry in a keynote address at UW-Madison Diversity ForumBy Noe Goldhaber | Nov. 16
Poet and speaker José Olivarez addressed attendees of an annual forum themed after ‘Bridging the Divide.’
A 10:22 a.m. WiscAlert urged students to avoid the Library Mall area as UWPD investigates a ‘suspicious package’ found there.
ASM passes legislation calling for UW-Madison to support ‘Stop Cop City’ movement, four students chargedBy Bryna Goeking | Nov. 13
The vote calls for UW-Madison to support a movement opposing the creation of a police training facility in Georgia and four Madison ‘student-age’ people arrested in conjunction with the movement.
The presentation was part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s annual Go Big Read event, which aims to create diverse academic conversation through a shared reading experience.
In a statement to The Daily Cardinal Tuesday, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says UW System President Jay Rothman’s STEM and business workforce proposal may move forward.
The UW System Board of Regents unanimously voted to end the policy at a Thursday meeting in Madison.
Professors are picking up slack as students adjust to the new life under understaffed, uncertain universities.
The incident occurred after a Monday vigil commemorating one month since the Hamas’ deadly Oct. 7 terrorist attacks against Israel.
Former Hawaii Supreme Court Associate Justice Michael Wilson spoke about the importance of prioritizing sustainability in government and policy.
Co-op members faced resistance from University Housing and difficult conditions after being told their original space was set for demolition.
The conservative speaker criticized UW’s response to Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack and defended Israel’s military response in a question and answer session at Shannon Hall.
The renewed calls come as UW-Madison plans additional programming for the campaign in the coming month.
McRaney details polarization, division and how minds can come together in the 2022 book, which was selected by Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin.