Funding from The National Endowment for the Humanities allows a team of faculty and students to create educational opportunities focused on reconciliation.
Benjamin Jealous discussed the relationship between prison budgets increasing as education funding decreases, the school-to-prison-pipeline and intersectionality among the lower class.
After being closed for three years, the University Club is reopening and adding a new dining service called the Union Commons on its first floor.
It was a night celebrating Iranian history and tradition.
A blown transformer forced approximately 500 UW Housing residents to vacate by 1 a.m. on Saturday.
Students expressed concerns to ASM on Wednesday about the potential negative impact of the construction of Levy Hall on nearby communal spaces.
Although 2022 crime rates have statistically been similar to 2020 and 2021, many students and community members are on edge due to a perceived uptick in violence near the UW-Madison campus.
Growing up on the Menominee reservation inspired her health research and nonprofit organizations.
The event brought together the Persian community and connected them to protestors in Iran.
Lakeshore Nature Preserve Master Plan update proposes new facilities, studies, continued restorationBy Madeleine Afonso | Dec. 1, 2022
The updated master plan recommends a preserve outreach center to be built on the grounds among several other new improvements to the facility.
Stallworth adapted his story as a Black detective infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan into a book and feature film.
The $20,000 annual commitment is among initiatives that aim to boost community engagement.
UWPD handed out citations and ejections at the Wisconsin—Minnesota rivalry football game.
Three UW-Madison juniors raised over $500 for cancer research, and all proceeds will be donated to the Carbone Cancer Center.
UW-Madison student government unanimously voted to disband rebuilding the shared student governance body from the ground up.
Some indigenous students hope a commitment to Native activism extends throughout the year, not just during the month of November.
Comedian Charlie Berens gives his biggest piece of advice and shares what’s so special about Midwest culture ahead of his winter commencement speech.
Indigenous agricultural practices center around harmony with nature, and could solve natural disasters and other global issues in modern society.