The university welcomes 8,465 first-year students, with record-breaking proportions of in-state students as well as racial and economic diversity.
Chancellor Blank pens letter critiquing New York Time’s recent coverage as university confronts racism on campusBy Alison Stecker | Sep. 28, 2021
In a letter to the editor to The New York Times, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank responded to criticism surrounding the removal of Chamberlin Rock and Frederic March's name from campus.
Since 2019, there have been 139 sexual assaults on students at the University of Wisconsin, the majority of which go without formal police reports.
Illegal crossings have prompted the UW-Madison police department to begin stationing officers near a crowded intersection on University Avenue.
The first Shared Governance meeting of the fall semester addressed changes to dining halls and other committee concerns.
With the Sellery residence hall renovation well underway, UW-Madison students describe their frustrations and concerns with the renovation process.
With restaurants closing due to staffing shortages, campus community members discuss work environment issues and hope to address the current crisis.
On Monday, the UW-Madison notified the campus community of a sexual assault that occurred in a residence hall over the weekend.
To kick off Latinx Heritage Month, the UW-Madison community gathered to march up Bascom Hill in an effort to convey a message of love and unity.
The ceremony will feature 2021 NBA champion Pat Connaughton of the Milwaukee Bucks, student speaker CJ Zabat to celebrate 2020 graduates after the cancellation of in-person graduation ceremonies.
Several members of the UW-Madison marching band recently tested positive for COVID-19, prompting band directors to cancel two rehearsals this week.
COVID guidelines will regulate UW-Madison’s fraternities and sororities first fall recruitment since the onset of the pandemic.
The 2022 U.S. News & World report of best colleges ranked UW-Madison No. 42 overall and No. 14 among public institutions.
As a result of staffing and supply chain issues, two UW-Madison dining halls have shifted to an all-you-can eat service, prompting a variety of thoughts and opinions.
Campus and lake cleanup event celebrates Rosh Hashana and supports Jewish community amid fall schedule controversy.
With the fall semester now underway, first-year students reflect on their senior year of highschool and look forward to their first semester at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison is the only system school to not participate in the UW “70 for 70” vaccination incentive program, instead favoring its own campus initiative.
Effective Aug. 30, students and employees that have not uploaded proof of vaccination will need to test for COVID-19 weekly.