Late Monday night at approximately 10:38 p.m., three men vandalized two parking signs at a sorority house on Langdon Street with anti-Semitic symbols, according to an email sent to members of the UW-Madison chapter Kappa Alpha Theta.
UW-Madison startup company Silatronix recently invented a safer electrolyte that will be used for phone, laptop and tablet batteries.
Two pieces of graffiti featuring Nazi-related imagery appeared on the UW-Madison campus this week near the University Bookstore and Engineering Mall.
The UW-Madison Police Department released an update Friday saying the first-degree sexual assault reported April 8 likely did not actually occur on that day. In the original crime warning, a woman was reported to have been held down with a knife by three men and then sexually assaulted.
The UW Drag Spectacular drew a crowd of all identities Thursday at Varsity Hall in Union South, as part of the LGBT Campus Center’s Out and About Month lineup.
Roughly 400 students walked out of class Thursday at 11:30 a.m. and marched around campus for about three hours to peacefully protest the UW-Madison Police Department’s arrest of student Denzel J. McDonald last week.
Anna Deavere Smith brought characters from her one-woman show to her Distinguished Lecture Series talk Wednesday at Memorial Union as part of Lit Fest 2016.
Comedian and author Zach Anner advised students to embrace each other’s differences Tuesday in a lecture that was part of Disability Awareness Week on campus.
The United Nations Environment Programme reports that about one third of all food produced for human consumption is wasted, which is around 1.3 billion tons.
UW-Madison Police Department Chief Susan Riseling met with journalism students and professors Tuesday to discuss last week’s arrest of Denzel J.
Alex Witze, science writer and journalist for Nature and Science News magazines, is on UW-Madison’s campus this week to discuss how to be a reporter in the current world of journalism and science.
A study published April 18 by Scientific Reports journal, conducted by UW-Madison researchers, indicated that short meditation exercises can help improve the attention span of those who multitask with different forms of media.
On April 9, UW-Madison students received an email briefly describing a first-degree sexual assault that occurred just after 10 p.m.
For most people, exercise includes breaking a sweat by lifting weights, going for a run or playing a game of pick-up basketball. However, researchers at UW-Madison’s Center for Healthy Minds focus on training the mind in order to seek better health.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank released a statement Friday saying she is upset the proper practices that help ensure classrooms are a welcoming space were not followed by the UW-Madison Police Department during Thursday’s arrest. UWPD police officers entered a classroom in the Humanities building and asked to speak with a student while a class was underway.
UW-Madison Police Department Chief Susan Riseling released a statement Friday to address an officer’s decision to approach a student in a university classroom.
Author and activist Jackson Katz advised men on their roles in stopping sexual assault during his talk Thursday called “The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and Why All Men Can Help.” Katz, a violence prevention activist and renowned author, spoke as the Sexual Assault Awareness Month keynote speaker for Promoting Awareness | Victim Empowerment and “We’re Better Than That” - Men Against Sexual Assault’s event.
Three UW-Madison professors gathered in the Festival Room of Memorial Union Wednesday to talk about the future of trade in the U.S., EU, and around the world.
Students and community members marched from Library Mall to Bascom Hall Wednesday, protesting the lack of a living wage for student workers and demanding the elimination of student debt, among other issues.