Students with disabilities face challenges with easy access and equipment security when using campus paratransit services
With over 800,000 visitors every summer, the Memorial Union Terrace is gearing up for another busy season with new music, food and more.
‘The story of our country’: 111-year old Italian Workmen’s Club seeks national historical certificationBy Liam Beran | Apr. 20
Italian immigrants, mostly from Sicily, formed the club in 1912 to “support and nurture the [Italian] immigrant population” who comprised much of the Greenbush neighborhood at the time.
Though many hear the wide-spanning ring of the carillon bells atop Madison’s carillon tower, they might not know the intricacies of the instrument.
The ticket buying experience has turned into one full of hidden fees at every turn. With Tixplorer, University of Wisconsin-Madison senior Cameron Roth aims to streamline the entire ordeal.
“The biggest reason for [Mac the Vote] was that we wanted to encourage students to get out and vote,” Chapman said.
“[UW Health] is the number one hospital in Wisconsin, and all the employees at UW should be treated like they work at the number one hospital in Wisconsin,” Jorgensen said.
“A lot of people really need help, especially those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford defense.”
A new student-run podcast, which launched this February, aims to give a platform to Madison residents in marginalized communities. The process of getting here has been one filled with learning and excitement.
UW-Madison’s late chancellor made an impressive impact with influence that not only shaped the campus community but stretched well beyond the confines of Madison.
The Department of Housing and Human Development considers households that spend more than 30% of their income on housing to be "cost-burdened" and finds those families may struggle to afford other living costs.On average, a household that rents spends 26% of their income on housing, while a household with a mortgage spend 32% of their respective income on housing costs.
Some students in line had been there since 10 a.m. the day before, opting to sleep on the sidewalk overnight.
Land-based practices utilizing nature are a way to help lessen the effects of climate change, according to the Guardian. At the local level, certain instances are being implemented in southern Wisconsin and on campus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Slamming weights. Inappropriate looks. A chorus of obnoxious grunting, no matter how much weight is on the bar.
UW-Madison's public email directory leaves students susceptible to scammers.
Reading scores have decreased among Wisconsin students, and educators are working toward solutions.