With the spring semester now underway, UW-Madison’s COVID-19 protocol has been met with praise and concern from students, faculty and staff.
Refusing to water down her rhetoric, Nikole Hannah-Jones carried on the civil rights leader’s quest for justice and education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s MLK Symposium event.
The student council proposed that all in-person courses be simultaneously offered virtually "until the COVID-19 pandemic is over," with recorded lectures and virtual discussion options available.
Several student-led organizations, including ASM, TAA and the BIPOC Coalition, have demanded a return to remote learning amidst a COVID-19 case surge.
The Office of the Chancellor recommends that all students — regardless of vaccination status — test for the virus before returning to campus for the spring semester.
Tommy Thompson announced his resignation as president of the University of Wisconsin System Friday. His successor is expected to be named in February.
A semester peak in COVID-19 cases raises concerns regarding upcoming graduation event.
At least 5 campus buildings were evacuated yesterday due to concerns of a gas leak. UWPD has since identified a lab disposing of highly concentrated chemicals to be the source of the smell.
With only one testing site open this spring, the university will pivot to providing at-home COVID-19 tests.
A TikTok depicting mold in UW-Madison’s Sellery Residence Hall has reignited months-long concerns about potential mold and health concerns in the facility.
A Madison man was arrested Tuesday for a sexual assault that occurred in UW-Madison's Eagle Heights apartments.
The official search for the next Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison began with the announcement of the Search and Screen Committee on Thursday.
With thousands of followers across platforms, Barstool Sports UW-Madison affiliates depict a campus culture that some students view as exclusionary while others view it as authentic.
In a letter to Chancellor Rebecca Blank sent earlier this month, Speaker Robin Vos critiqued a required violence prevention course for University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate students, spurring concerns among students.
Abloh had been battling cancer privately since 2019.
Student housing just south of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus in the College Court, Spring Street, Greenbush and Vilas neighborhoods has long been affectionately referred to as the “sophomore slums.”
With 22% of UW-Madison students living on-campus, over eight thousand students can pay thousands of dollars each to live in residence halls across campus.
Two residence facilities are set to be demolished after 2023 despite a steady increase in demand for on-campus housing.