“Our Clean Energy Plan can help us create good paying jobs that don’t require a college degree and bring talented workers to Wisconsin while saving money, reducing energy costs and building the sustainable future we want for our state,” Evers said.
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“Letters of Love” is the second university chapter of the national organization that aims to provide emotional support for sick children through letter writing.
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Hyperactive second grader suddenly relaxed after packing ‘mommy’s special fruit snacks’ in lunch boxBy Mackenzie Moore | Apr. 20
He’s a grown-up now.
Wisconsin Softball returned to its winning ways with a decisive weekend sweep of the Spartans.
In the face of one-time restrictions adopted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, clerks ran last week's election radically differently from one municipality to the next.
The Little Free Library on State Street now not only provides books but a clean-energy charging station for community members in need.
The call to action is intended to “save the children.”
“I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy!"
UW-Madison unveils plans to relocate Zoe Bayliss cooperative to Phillips Residence Hall despite leadership and resident concernsBy Kodie Engst | Apr. 17
With the construction of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s new Levy Hall set to begin in 2023, the future of the Zoe Bayliss Women’s Cooperative remains unclear.
The resolution follows an uptick in antisemitic incidents this spring.
BREAKING: UWPD issues warning to students following armed robbery near E. Campus Mall and W. Johnson StreetBy Charlie Hildebrand | Apr. 15
The alert is UWPD’s second warning for an armed robbery on Thursday following an earlier incident on South Park Street.
UWPD issues a warning to students avoid the South Park Street area following an armed robbery at Asian Midway Foods.
Consider just leaving a bottle of brandy by the altar, apologizing and slinking away.