Pitches & Notes will make history for being the first UW group to attend an in-person international competition in New York.
Scott Walker says UW-Madison COVID shutdowns slowed “the spread of communism” at campus speaking engagementBy Francesca Pica | Apr. 7
Former Gov. Scott Walker spoke at a GOP Badger event Wednesday night, discussing freedom of speech on campus, the 2024 presidential election and Marxism on college campuses.
The festival, which will run from April 7 to the 14th, strives to enhance the community’s knowledge of different cultures by showcasing various types of films from Wisconsin and beyond.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison hosted the first in-person Midwestern Filipino American Summit since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, welcoming students from 13 Midwestern universities on Saturday.
The UW-Madison Green Fund supports student-initiated projects designed to lower the environmental and social impact of campus facilities.
The Daily Cardinal has expanded its podcasts in the past two years, allowing students to gain experience in a rapidly growing form of multimedia.
What began as a friendship over a grilled cheese evolved into a nearly decade-long relationship and their 2021 marriage.
University of Wisconsin-Madison senior Wyatt Eiden has garnered over 1.7 million followers on TikTok from videos where he asks trivia questions for contestants to win cash prizes.
With semi-finalist interviews set to begin in April, a strong pool of candidates for the University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor position is expected.
With a student population approaching 50,000 students, the University of Wisconsin-Madison enrolled just 112 Indigenous students this academic year, raising questions about exclusionary systems and practices in higher education institutions.
Planted in the summer of 2021, the Wunk Sheek community garden is a critical component of the indigenous student organization’s programming at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Many college students yearn for the comfort of a home-cooked meal and the time with family that they miss out on after they move away for school.
The conference brought together scholars from across the nation to focus on a recent wave of resistance in the Middle East.
The university seeks to address these issues and continually makes efforts to dismantle hostile and intimidating behavior on campus.
University of Wisconsin-Madison alum and slam poet Shasparay is hosting her third annual Black Arts Matter Festival which aims to showcase Black art and voices.
This year’s Conney Conference theme explores changing interpretations of Jewish identity throughout modes of time and geographic space.
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan $1.5 trillion federal spending plan into law, providing the University of Wisconsin-Madison with over $80 million for research initiatives.