The University of Wisconsin-Madison Indigenous student organization marked Indigenous Peoples' Day with an intertribal powwow.
Researchers will use the grant to create a system that fact-checks information on social media sites.
Chancellor Blank reflects on achievements and the future of UW-Madison in State of the University addressBy Kodie Engst | Oct. 12, 2021
Last week, Chancellor Rebecca Blank addressed the Faculty Senate, focusing on commitments to expanding university programs and opportunities for both faculty and students at UW-Madison.
Blank will leave UW-Madison at the end of the 2021-2022 academic year to become Northwestern University’s first female president.
More ejections, arrests and ambulance calls occured at Wisconsin’s home football game against Michigan than any other game this season.
Though construction on the chemistry building was projected to be complete by the end of the summer, the incomplete project has forced many classes to go online.
UW-Madison’s police department and its mental health services team are pioneering a program that would bring both departments to a student in crisis.
Dane County public health officials extend mask order, UW-Madison to continue masking requirement through NovemberBy Sophia Vento | Oct. 5, 2021
This week, PHMDC extended Dane County's mask order until Nov. 5 while UW-Madison extended its requirement to Nov. 26 late last month.
Chancellor Blank was recently honored as a Posse Star for her commitment to uphold University of Wisconsin-Madisons leadership within the Posse Foundation.
UW-Madison officials announced the new Bakke Recreation and Wellbeing Center which will replace the Natatorium.
ASM will call on state legislators to hold a hearing over a statute language change to ensure students are “active participants” in campus wide policies.
Gathering for the first time this year, ASM Equity and Inclusion Committee met to discuss goals for the year.
The university welcomes 8,465 first-year students, with record-breaking proportions of in-state students as well as racial and economic diversity.
Chancellor Blank pens letter critiquing New York Time’s recent coverage as university confronts racism on campusBy Alison Stecker | Sep. 28, 2021
In a letter to the editor to The New York Times, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank responded to criticism surrounding the removal of Chamberlin Rock and Frederic March's name from campus.
Since 2019, there have been 139 sexual assaults on students at the University of Wisconsin, the majority of which go without formal police reports.