“Both Illinois and Minnesota, we found, have a net positive attraction of higher educated residents. Wisconsin is one of the states that's contributing to their benefit.”
"On weeks where I work weekends [which is every other week], I’m averaging around 25 hours a week … When I was interviewed for the position, I was told I’d be working a maximum of 17”
By the end of freshman year, most college students could tell you their favorite class or name some friends from the dorm, but not all could tell you the song they helped produce with Kanye West’s team or the time they got to hang with Snakehips backstage after making a piece of art for them.
“I had not expected to be fighting to protect a right that’s already been won in court,” Baldwin said.
Within the last 15 years, the popularity of vegetarian, vegan and flexitarian diets has only increased. This growth includes a rise in popularity at colleges and universities.
Skateboarding is a fineable offense in many parts of the UW-Madison community, but is there an alternative to skating in popular spots like Library Mall and State Street?
Though students and faculty raised concerns about the selection process and Rothman’s lack of experience in higher education, system leaders are confident in his abilities.
UW-Madison student runs online thrift and custom apparel store, aims to provide a “sustainable alternative” for clothing shoppers.
With a surge of patients and a lack of nurse educators, local hospitals continue to face staffing issues.
“Hiking is just a lot of fun,” Nowak said. “I really enjoy having a map and going out somewhere. And you've never been to that place before, but you want to be there."
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Metro Transit’s $160 million redesign has stirred criticism focused around the buses’ potential to alter State Street’s atmosphere.
As UW-Madison’s campus-wide mask mandate expires on March 12, some UW Housing student employees are concerned over the lack of protection and staffing issues.
With an “in loco parentis” approach to fill guardians’ role while their students were on campus and discriminatory practices, including the expolsion of, homosexual male students, UW-Madison formerly aimed to eliminate expressions of sexuality on campus.
Students abroad grapple with changing start dates and shift to remote learning; maintain sense of reality
The COVID-19 pandemic presents both detriments and benefits in higher education when it comes to accessibility.
The freshman inclusion workshop aimed at reducing hate crimes and bias incidents has been moved to an online format for the foreseeable future.
The pandemic shined light on previous “not humane” conditions at the homeless shelter.
With UW-Madison’s student population growing over the decades, off-campus housing encroaches into Madison neighborhoods.