The proposed additional fees would allow RecWell to remain “budget neutral” while raising wages for student employees.
COVID-19 has been the ultimate test for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re a one-person online business or running a chain of restaurants, business people everywhere have had to deal with unforeseen circumstances and safety requirements, complete disruptions of their business models and ultimately have had to innovate to survive. While some of these changes are likely temporary, some industries will be permanently altered by changes in consumer habits, business models and new competitors. This blog post explores five industries that we think will see permanent changes in a post-COVID world.
State superintendent candidates Jill Underly and Deborah Kerr advanced to the April election after a crowded primary on Tuesday. On election night, Kerr put out a racially insensitive Tweet and deleted her account the next morning.
The University of Wisconsin system will receive the largest state funding increase in nearly two decades.
Incumbent Paul Skidmore will face first time candidate Nikki Conklin in upcoming April 6th election for the District 9 alder position
UW-Madison students find themselves considering private gym options due to the long lines to get into the Nicholas Recreation Center.
The No. 1 Badgers will take on a scrappy Spartan team in East Lansing this weekend.
The No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers (9-7 Big Ten, 15-8 overall) came up short against a top ranked opponent again Thursday night, falling to the No. 11 Iowa Hawkeyes (10-5 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) 77-62 in a contest that was really decided in the first 10 minutes.
While many questions remain, Wisconsin AD Barry Alvarez said Thursday that he's planning to welcome Badger fans back soon.
The Badgers are 2-point favorites against a Hawkeyes team that is ranked 10 spots ahead of them in the AP Poll.
If you haven’t gotten tested for Coronavirus with the safer-badger app up until this point, you may have received an email from the university asking you to go.
There’s one thing Wisconsinites are feeling this week, and that’s hatred for Punxsutawney Phil. The infamous groundhog predicted 6 more weeks of winter, and with subzero temperatures rolling in this week, it is clear that the groundhog had insider knowledge.
In the midst of a record cold snap causing power outages and deaths across the country, some Americans with unmatched critical thinking skills are once again asking: How globe warming if cold outside?
Gov. Tony Evers included a proposal to legalize and tax marijuana in his biennial budget, which he unveiled in full Tuesday. The plan faces opposition from Republican leaders in the legislature, who had asked the governor to avoid “divisive” policy proposals in his budget.
MMSD to resume classes in early March, teachers concerned about potential COVID-19 exposure
Forced to go remote by COVID-19, student organizations navigate involvement and participation.
The city will be spared the most catastrophic effects of a warming world, but shorter winters, heavy rainfalls and uncertainty loom in Madison’s future.