The Oct. 25 events had professors, lecturers and students showcase their thoughts and projects on the state of sustainability at UW-Madison and across the planet.
Results of the vote show the public, unlike a banana, was not split on their decision to induct “175 S’more Years” into the Babcock canon.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department (UWPD) released arrest and citation statistics following the Wisconsin Badgers’ 10-24 loss to Ohio State Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
The claim, amplified by conservative commentators like Dana Loesch, went viral on Twitter. UW-Madison and UWPD said the events described within were exaggerated.
Finley, a UW-Madison alum, will address graduates at the Dec. 17 winter commencement.
The legislation was passed at the Associated Students of Madison’s Oct. 25 meeting.
Middle East experts Ghaith al-Omari and David Makovsky discussed policy options and perception of the conflict during an Oct. 24 talk at UW Hillel.
The announcement came Oct. 25 and will eliminate 12% of the school’s workforce, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Wisconsin has a state bird, flower, tree and even a state pastry. But what about a state microbe?
The events come two weeks after an initial Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack that reignited war between the militant group and Israel.
The ASM Sustainability chair and co-coordinators represented UW-Madison at the UW System Sustainability Annual Meeting Oct. 12 and 13.
In-person instruction is ending at two branch campuses in June 2024, with a third campus to close entirely.
The program will officially launch in fall 2024, with select courses being piloted among current students.
Ten out of 13 UW System campuses to participate in the new direct admissions program.
Madison demonstrators hold rallies supporting Palestinians, decry Israel's response to Oct. 7 attacksBy Gavin Escott and Liam Beran | Oct. 15
Following last Saturday’s attacks against Israel, Madison supporters of Palestine urged an end to Israel’s occupation of the Gaza strip during multiple demonstrations last week.
The bill was proposed at the Associated Students of Madison’s October 11th meeting.
“A Jewish Journey in the White House” discussion charts Hurwitz’s navigation of faith.
The exhibit, presented in collaboration with the Center for Campus History, illuminates Latinx and Chicanx students’ identity, culture and community as resistance throughout the university’s history.