Despite reports the Wisconsin high school boys' and girls' basketball tournaments would be moved to the Resch Center in Green Bay indefinitely starting next year, members of the UW-Madison athletic board said Friday they are still hopeful the tournament will stay in Madison.
UW-Madison announced Thursday university officials are considering creating a College of the Arts.
After being held in Madison for nearly a century, Wisconsin's high school state basketball tournament is moving to the Resch Center in Green Bay starting next spring, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Thursday.
Anyone who tunes in to CBS this Sunday at 7 p.m. will see one of UW-Madison's assistant professors compete alongside his wife for a $1 million prize through a series of physical and mental challenges on the "The Amazing Race."
A public meeting to discuss a $67.5 million project to expand a gas-fired heating and cooling plant on the west side of UW-Madison's campus will take place March 1.
Gov. Scott Walker was seen walking around campus with an overstuffed sack Thursday, around the same time the Abe Lincoln statue and at least five of the university's most illustrious professors disappeared.
On Feb. 8 at 5:58 p.m., UW-Madison student “Alex Paverson” checked into Buffalo Wild Wings for dinner. Three of Alex’s Facebook friends saw the post and immediately followed Alex there.
In the midst of a year when student groups have protested the high tuition costs of higher education, UW-Madison is the fifth-highest-valued public university in the country, according to a list released Monday by The Princeton Review.
UW-Madison students are experiencing a new distraction from homework, lecture and boredom after a Facebook page dedicated to university -related "memes" launched Tuesday, recieving more than 7,000 "likes" within the first 24 hours of its creation.
Prices for campus parking permits could go up next year, members of UW-Madison's Student Transportation Board learned Tuesday.
Wisconsin Watch report investigates how UW-Madison, UW system health services keep up with increased demandBy Alison Bauter | Feb. 5, 2012
Mirroring national and statewide trends, demand for mental health services at UW-Madison increased last year, according to a report published by The Center for Investigative Journalism and written by UW-Madison journalism students.
Adidas claimed innocence in a statement Thursday, as the university's primary licensing partner responded to allegations of unfair labor practices that provoked demonstrations in November from a UW-Madison student organization that proposed the university to break ties with the company.
UW-Madison needs to reallocate its resources in order to preserve the quality of the university, UW-Madison Chancellor David Ward said at a forum with members of the UW-Madison community Thursday.
UW-Madison Athletic Department officials are hoping a $76.8 million project to enhance Camp Randall's academic and training facilities for student athletes will make Wisconsin more accommodating for athletes and enticing for prospective ones.
After receiving complaints of long days and a "rushed" orientation, UW-Madison is changing the way incoming freshman take placement tests, the university announced Thursday.