Updated guidelines for mask-wearing and physical distancing are among the changes that UW-Madison has made as community members continue to get vaccinated.
As the Joint Finance Committee of the Wisconsin State Legislature makes way for the possible conclusion of the eight-year UW System tuition freeze, UW community members express their thoughts.
UW Deputy Director of Athletics Chris McIntosh has been named the new athletic director as sitting director Barry Alvarez is set to retire later this month.
A ‘very un-Wisconsin idea’: Democrats criticize Republican’s report recommending UW System consolidation, end to tuition freezeBy Hope Karnopp | May. 11
Democrats criticized a report created by the Chair of the Senate Committee on Universities and Technical Colleges that recommended consolidation within the UW System and ending the tuition freeze.
The recent graduate previously worked as a student research assistant at the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research alongside the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center.
Ex-Badger football player Daniel Howell Jr. will complete his degree after 30 years.
In partnership with the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Association, Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE) hosted their Denim Day “Take Back the Night March” in support of survivors.
ASM Chair-elect Adrian Lampron and Vice Chair-elect Lennox Owino build on lessons from a pandemic year, push for campus CAHOOTS system.
Past and present ASM leaders are not disappointed by the departure of Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Laurent Heller given his lack of willingness to comply with student voices.
Residents helping to reinvigorate the Triangle neighborhood, new housing and community center
A case from Cambridge High School sheds light on how UW-Madison repeatedly overlooked potentially dangerous students on campus.
The student government passed legislation in support of Indigenous people at UW-Madison, demanding the elimination of specific student fees and refining their COVID-19 Student Relief Fund.
Students identified significant inconsistencies between the policing of Mifflin Block Party and events with higher Black, Indigenous and People of Color engagement.
Although UW-Madison won the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability Award, students still advocate for divestment from fossil fuels.
The program is expected to support 250 families and individuals total in finding permanent housing.