Student Services Finance Committee denied Wisconsin Student Lobby funding eligibility in a meeting Monday, saying the group had showed a lack of fiscal responsibility in recent years.
Members of the Student Labor Action Coalition delivered a letter and a pizza spelling “No Justice, No Pizza!” to Chancellor David Ward Monday to protest alleged poor working conditions at Palermo’s Pizza factories.
The Associated Students of Madison Legislative Affairs Committee discussed a plan Monday to grant students under the influence of alcohol protection from being issued citations if seeking medical assistance from authorities.
The Associated Students of Madison Diversity Committee met Monday to discuss its plans to challenge University of Wisconsin-Madison’s ethnic studies requirement, which was last reviewed in 2002 with few changes put into effect since.
University of Wisconsin-Madison hydrogeologist and professor of geology Jean Bahr was recently appointed to the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board by President Obama.
New research done at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery is helping to explain how stem cells create the differing tissues which make up the human body.
While the majority of students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison do not think twice about facing discrimination upon entering a doctor’s office, some students do, particularly members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community.
Student government revisited a recent funding decision Wednesday to ensure the procedures used for approval fell correctly within viewpoint neutrality laws, which were not followed in the initial decision.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students who celebrate Christmas and Easter never have to worry about taking an exam while observing their holidays.
Student leaders met Tuesday to revisit the Associated Students of Madison constitution proposal, which was voted down by ASM student council earlier this fall.
The number of women faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has steadily risen over the past few decades, due in part to efforts by the university to reduce biases in hiring, according to a university news release.
Red blood cells are much floppier than their white counterparts.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Institute on Aging is set to broaden its research on Midlife in the United States (MIDUS), a nationwide study that investigates the varying degrees adult health and aging is impacted by societal, cognitive and behavioral factors.
University of Wisconsin System President Kevin Reilly appointed a committee Monday to represent the campus community in the search for the next University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor.