Hoping to make one last memory before moving out of Madison, Gleb Tsyganov, Daniel Miller and their unicorn floaty made an ambitious swim.
Updated guidelines for mask-wearing and physical distancing are among the changes that UW-Madison has made as community members continue to get vaccinated.
As the Joint Finance Committee of the Wisconsin State Legislature makes way for the possible conclusion of the eight-year UW System tuition freeze, UW community members express their thoughts.
UW Deputy Director of Athletics Chris McIntosh has been named the new athletic director as sitting director Barry Alvarez is set to retire later this month.
In partnership with the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Association, Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE) hosted their Denim Day “Take Back the Night March” in support of survivors.
ASM Chair-elect Adrian Lampron and Vice Chair-elect Lennox Owino build on lessons from a pandemic year, push for campus CAHOOTS system.
Past and present ASM leaders are not disappointed by the departure of Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Laurent Heller given his lack of willingness to comply with student voices.
The student government passed legislation in support of Indigenous people at UW-Madison, demanding the elimination of specific student fees and refining their COVID-19 Student Relief Fund.
Students identified significant inconsistencies between the policing of Mifflin Block Party and events with higher Black, Indigenous and People of Color engagement.
Although UW-Madison won the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability Award, students still advocate for divestment from fossil fuels.
A dedication ceremony Saturday marked the location of a developing plaza that will house National Pan-Hellenic Council meetings and historic markers.
Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment is hosting their annual Denim Day event on Wednesday, April 28, in solidarity with victims of sexual violence.
The Wisconsin Student Climate Action Coalition teamed up with multiple student organizations to host a climate strike on campus Friday.
A group of students jumped on top of a car and smashed in its windshield, causing thousands of dollars in property damage.
As COVID-19 vaccination supplies become more readily available, nearly 40% of UW-Madison students and employees have at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
For the coming summer term, students will no longer need a green Badger Badge to enter campus spaces, and saliva testing will be replaced by nasal swabs.
Wisconsin Alumni Student Board will host their “All Campus Party” this week as part of their efforts to connect campus.
The UW-Madison BIPOC Coalition gathered on Sunday to protest racial inequality and show community support after multiple police shootings targeting BIPOC.