The university provides healthcare to students within the boundaries of state and federal laws, but abortion medication falls outside of those services.
UW-Madison continues to monitor the rise of COVID-19 cases in Dane County.
University of Wisconsin medical students examine state’s future after reinstatement of 173-year-old abortion banBy Claire LaLiberte | Aug. 4
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has far-reaching implications for healthcare in the state of Wisconsin and across the nation. Current medical students are looking to understand the future of the state’s public health landscape.
UW leaders reacted to Blank’s announcement with an outpouring of grief and support.
A recent verbal attack on an Asian UW staff member prompts UWPD to request a hate crime enhancer to be added to the offense.
Updated: Asian international student assaulted near campus Tuesday, campus community rallies to #StopAsianHateBy Gavin Escott | Jun. 23
Violent incidents on campus and downtown have fueled fears that these could be racially-motivated attacks
Campus community members impacted by anti-Asian hate crimes voice their opinions in the emergency meeting
Research developments over the summer cover a wide range of fields including Australian heritage, COVID-19, structural brain change and cancer treatments.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison University Health Services and Division of Facility Planning & Management have not received complaints about the lack of period products in campus restrooms despite some students' concern.
‘Incredibly Excited:’ Mnookin vows to make UW stronger in cooperation with campus community.
The spring weather gave the Class of 2022, their families and their friends a warm welcome to Camp Randall for the University of Wisconsin-Madison spring commencement on Saturday, May 14.
In Chancellor Blank’s final remarks at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she expressed pride in how the school has moved forward in the past decade and the honor to have served every day in her position.
Campus Climate Survey voices student concerns, campus culture and lack of comfortability reaching out to policeBy Beth Shoop | May. 11
UW-Madison releases initial Campus Climate Survey results to motivate changes on campus
Co-founder Tarah Stangler explained how most of the organization’s energy revolved around work on campus, but noticed as time went on, the university neglected the group’s demands.
Hundreds of people turned out to support the unveiling of the Divine Nine Garden Plaza
There will be opportunities to decorate graduation caps, take pictures on the big chair at the Terrace and watch live music performances for University of Wisconsin-Madison graduates on May 13 and 14.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Class of 2022 will have a unique graduation on Saturday, May 14, as graduates from the College of Letters and Sciences will not be on the field.
‘Our needs for safe, healthy housing’: Zoe Bayliss surpasses $1,000 fundraiser goal in anticipation of displacementBy Lekha Kachoria | May. 5
Residents of the Zoe Bayliss Co-Operative hosted a fundraiser to save their home in anticipation of its demolition for the University of Wisconsin-Madisonu's Levy Hall Friday.
Gov. Tony Evers appointed Dana Wachs, Jennifer Staton and Angela Adams to the University of Wisconsin System’s Board of Regents Wednesday.