After donating $500,000 to the UW-Madison tennis program, a family wants a full refund as they claim the funds were intended for scholarships but were instead used in the Nielsen Tennis Stadium renovation.
The UW-Madison student organizations debated topics including universal healthcare, free college and gun control.
John Garnetti, a former employee for the company which has not delivered tens of millions in promised investments to the UW system, was named to the position last week to “drive relationships with the business community.”
Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment looks to educate and engage the campus community through online events scheduled throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The killing of Duante Wright by a Brooklyn Center police officer in Minnesota has rekindled UW-Madison student activists and activist groups’ continuous calls for change.
The student government passed legislation benefiting student aid efforts and clarifying student government bylaws at their meeting on Tuesday.
UW-Madison halts Johnson & Johnson vaccine administration as the FDA investigates links between the vaccine and a rare blood clot.
Through over 5,700 gifts, UW community members raised over $2.7 million for University schools and colleges, athletics and organizations.
With the start of the 2021-22 academic year beginning on the last day of Rosh Hashanah, Jewish students are disappointed and frustrated with the UW System.
Provost shuts down task force after recommending retroactive disruption grading options for the fall 2020 semesterBy Samantha Henschel | Apr. 12, 2021
After installing an option for disruptive grading for the spring semester, the Office of the Provost dissolved the student-led committee that helped create the policy.
The student government’s Equity and Inclusion Committee continued their efforts to support transgender athletes.
As the pandemic threatens many with financial hardship, the UW program offers veterinary services to those unable to pay for standard care.
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.