Three UW-Madison juniors raised over $500 for cancer research, and all proceeds will be donated to the Carbone Cancer Center.
UW-Madison student government unanimously voted to disband rebuilding the shared student governance body from the ground up.
Some indigenous students hope a commitment to Native activism extends throughout the year, not just during the month of November.
Comedian Charlie Berens gives his biggest piece of advice and shares what’s so special about Midwest culture ahead of his winter commencement speech.
Indigenous agricultural practices center around harmony with nature, and could solve natural disasters and other global issues in modern society.
Supreme Court potentially ending affirmative action poses threats to diversity at UW-Madison, universities across the nationBy Christy Krueger | Nov. 14
UW-Madison upholds the consideration of race among many other factors in admissions.
This open-access book was designed to bridge the gap between Black activism and disability activism while being accessible and readable for many people.
The Daily Cardinal sat down with Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin and Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Dr. Lori Reesor to discuss the current campus climate.
The UW School of Pharmacy takes steps to better inform students about the history of cannabis use.
New Nalox-ZONE boxes aim to reduce the possibility of drug overdoses, especially with the rise in fentanyl overdoses.
Badger Recovery holds twice weekly meetings where students can get advice and cultivate a sense of fellowship while on their recovery journey.
The issues at stake in this election and the swing nature of Wisconsin motivate students to vote and work the polls.
Lower game day statistics marked Saturday’s rainy game.
Student organizations pull out all the stops to turn out UW-Madison vote, some students remain unconvincedBy Ellie Nowakowski | Nov. 3
BadgersVote and other on-campus organizations are hopeful about student interest and engagement as the midterm elections approach.
Students will be asked to participate in surveys regarding views on freedom of speech on campus.
Fourteen years after the murder of UW-Madison student Brittany Zimmerman at her apartment, David Kahl, a former person of interest in the case, admitted guilt.