The Wisconsin Homecoming Committee aimed to bring back a sense of unity after a challenging year.
The annual “Fill The Hill” event and its flamingos returned to UW-Madison after a year online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, raising funds for the university.
Shukla sat down with The Daily Cardinal to discuss the Housing Equity Team’s goals and her experiences advocating for housing equity in Madison.
UW-System president Tommy Thompson announced that the System will comply with the executive order requiring federal workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
A white sedan has been seen speeding around the downtown area.
UW-Madison has decided to renew its contract with the online proctoring software company Honorlock, sparking concerns among the campus community.
University Health Services reverses decision to offer Moderna, Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster shotsBy Samantha Henschel | Oct. 25
UHS will wait for clinical considerations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services before it continues administering the two booster shots.
‘It's time for someone else’: Chancellor Blank meets with student newspapers for one last annual addressBy The Daily Cardinal | Oct. 22
Rebecca Blank met with UW-Madison’s three student newspapers, taking questions regarding her new position at Northwestern, isolation housing at Eagle Heights, university funding and her hopes for the next chancellor.
With UW System President Tommy Thompson and UW-Madison Chancellor Becky Blank set to leave next year, uncertainty remains about the future of the UW system leadership.
COVID-19 positive students temporarily housed at Eagle Heights spark debate among graduate students, facultyBy Anthony Trombi | Oct. 21
Dorm students who test positive for COVID-19 are temporarily relocated to Eagle Heights apartment complex, where many graduate students live.
A man was caught with over $13,000 in counterfeit money after fraudulently using some for purchases on the UW-Madison campus.
The UW-Madison chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society contributed over $27,000 to the annual fundraising event.
UW-Madison’s ‘Bucky’s Tuition Promise’ program welcomes 961 new students, granting free undergraduate tuition to its largest class of recipientsBy Sophia Vento | Oct. 19
This year, UW-Madison welcomed its largest class of Bucky's Tuition Promise recipients, awarding free undergraduate tuition to hundreds of in-state students.
Jewelry entrepreneurs, UW-Madison students, and best friends, Erin Schaut and Eleni Tongas sat down with The Daily Cardinal to talk all things EVIE Jewelry.
Originally set to speak at UW-Madison's Memorial Union in an event hosted by a conservative student organization, Sen. Ted Cruz and co-host Michael Knowles held their live podcast recording off-campus because of the university's COVID-19 masking policy.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Indigenous student organization marked Indigenous Peoples' Day with an intertribal powwow.
Researchers will use the grant to create a system that fact-checks information on social media sites.
Chancellor Blank reflects on achievements and the future of UW-Madison in State of the University addressBy Kodie Engst | Oct. 12
Last week, Chancellor Rebecca Blank addressed the Faculty Senate, focusing on commitments to expanding university programs and opportunities for both faculty and students at UW-Madison.