Newly elected Senior Class Officers plan for the world’s largest toga party, an escalator on Bascom Hill and the conversion of the Humanities building into a skatepark.
With the continuing challenges of the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, UW-Madison will offer students disruption grading options.
Graduate programs in education and law improved while engineering, medicine and business all dropped.
UW-Madison’s student government unanimously passed legislation on Tuesday in favor of the Teaching Assistant’s Association, a Tribal Liaison for ASM, funding questions surrounding the COVID-19 Relief Fund and transgender athletes on campus.
Barry Alvarez made significant contributions to the UW-Madison athletic department, which will be celebrated upon his expected retirement.
‘I am more worried about my mental health than getting COVID-19’: As pandemic grinds on, students struggleBy Sophia Vento | Apr. 1, 2021
As the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning and global events take a toll, UW-Madison students continue to have concerns with their mental health.
The UW-Madison Senior Class Office will direct Class Gift donations to the Social Justice Hub.
Fraternity members apologize for removing a tree, with an estimated value of $13,000.
Student members of the UW-Madison Varsity Band are delighted to practice in-person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Students have lost jobs and income because of a dried up job pool during the pandemic, but the ASM Student Relief Fund still hasn’t been implemented.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank plans for a “new normal” for the Fall 2021 semester.
The graduate worker union of UW-Madison spoke out on efforts to remit segregated and mandatory fees.
Despite programs for lower income students that cover most of their costs to attend UW-Madison, some students who do not qualify for aid based on income struggle to fund their college expenses.
Several pieces of key legislation were passed by the Associated Students of Madison Tuesday night.