Despite limitations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Morgridge Center for Public Service continues to connect student volunteers with community partners and non-profits.
On Sept. 28, the Nicholas Recreational Center opened the doors to many of its facilities for UW-Madison students.
UW-Madison has teamed up with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in an effort to learn more about the implications of COVID-19 on campus.
In a recent interview with Diverse Issues in Higher Education, UW-Madison’s Jerlando Jackson attributed long-standing racial inequalities as causes for recent protests in Kenosha, Wis., after the shooting of Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man, by a police officer.
During this year’s Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected UW-Madison to receive a $411,963 P2 Grant to prevent pollution caused by food and beverage manufacturing.
In its latest poll, the UW-Madison Elections Research Center found that Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads in three battleground states over incumbent President Donald Trump as the November Presidential election nears.
Following a decrease in positive cases during the two week hiatus, UW-Madison will resume in-person classes and activities on Sept. 26.
UW-Madison hosts its largest student body and second largest freshman class on record despite pandemic-related concerns.
Following an earlier complaint against one of its animal facilities, the University of Wisconsin-Madison released a statement claiming the accusations misrepresented a UW lab in its treatment of primates.
The UW-Madison College of Engineering received a $32 million donation pledge from The Grainger Foundation of Lake Forest, Illinois — the largest donation in College history.
UW-Madison students looking to withdraw from the Fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19 related reasons may now receive full tuition refunds up until Friday, Sept. 18.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank of UW-Madison speaks to the Senate in an NCAA name, image and likeness congressional hearing.
This month, Latinx Heritage Month kicks off — virtually — with a wide variety of events and speakers presented by the Latinx Cultural Center and the Multicultural Student Center from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate voted in favor of spring 2021 academic calendar changes due to the transmission of COVID-19.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank stands by UW-Madison’s decision to start with in-person instruction for the Fall 2020 semester, despite the recent rise in cases.
Gordon’s Graveyard protest addresses rising tensions between the UW-Madison student body and administration.
A UW-Madison graduate student issued a public apology and stepped down from their leadership roles at a university worker’s union after falsely identifying themself as a person of color.