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, 2022
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.
The 2022 Fill the Hill event raised $421,057.
A small group of Christian speakers set up a table on the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Library Mall Wednesday afternoon to spread homophobic messages.
Wisconsin Speech and Debate wins Loyola Rambler Debate Tournament, places in Mid-America Forensics League TournamentsBy Natasha Hicks | Oct. 28, 2022
Members of the team are optimistic about the organization’s future and are happy to be back in person after three years of virtual tournaments.
Over 7,400 visits recorded since ‘Sifting and Reckoning’ unveiled on Sept. 12.
Early absentee voting will be available at UW-Madison weekdays from Oct. 25 to Nov. 4 at Memorial Union and Union South from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Comedian Charlie Berens becomes commencement speaker at his alma mater.
UW-Madison Police Department in search of suspects after graffiti at Memorial Union
A crowd of about 250 people gathered outside Memorial Union Monday night to protest the Matt Walsh event hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, demonstrating support of transgender rights.
Trans Community Day served as a safe place for the transgender community to come together and decompress.
The University of Wisconsin Police Department issued 23 citations and 43 ejections during the Wisconsin vs. Purdue game on Saturday.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison campus community discovered spray-painted messages against transphobia and conservative commentator Matt Walsh at and near Memorial Union on Monday morning.
This year’s grant of $130 million is instrumental to research success at UW-Madison.
UW GSCC director and program coordinator spoke about community building events for the LBGTQ+ community on campus.