The UW-Madison student COVID-19 positivity rate fell to 0.1 percent Friday, marking the lowest it’s ever been since the university began collecting data.
Bennett, a UW-Madison junior, has built a platform based on advocacy for marginalized community members.
After two virtual ceremonies the past two semesters, school officials are planning an in-person graduation ceremony for the Spring 2021 class.
The Wisconsin China Initiative and UW-Madison Asian American Studies Program hosted a virtual discussion where students reflected on their experience as Asian students during the pandemic.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank publicly apologized for attempts to keep public records hidden.
IFC members gathered Monday to help clean Lake Mendota following social gatherings on the ice.
UW-Madison has seen an increase in bias and hate towards minority groups in recent years, leading the university to consider ways to foster a more inclusive environment.
UW Freshman Ria Dhingra was the top speaker at the tournament, while teammate Zach Heintz was the second best speaker.
Panelists joined a Badgers for Special Olympics discussion regarding inclusion of students with disabilities on the UW-Madison campus.
Female students recognize much needed advancements in gender equality during Women’s History Month at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison students expressed concern about testing compliance reminders from the university that threaten consequences for missed tests.
The CDC endorsed a mask fitter designed by UW-Madison researchers that provides protection closer to an N-95 mask.
As the UW campus faces an uptick in coronavirus cases, conversation concerning false positives and saliva-based tests has emerged among the campus community.
UW-Madison will be partnering with four communities under the UniverCity Alliance this year to facilitate community improvements.
The Housing Equity Action Team at the Social Justice Hub describes motives and actions taken to conduct a food pantry for Madison individuals facing homelessness.
Officers from outside UWPD will have to prove they have not been subject to complaints or violations of civil rights, excessive force.
The proposed additional fees would allow RecWell to remain “budget neutral” while raising wages for student employees.