Most recently, multiple students took to Twitter questioning why there was no WiscAlert issued after the June 14 State Street assaults on three individuals.
Captain Scott Kelly spoke on his unique experience and what it taught him about risk-taking, not being afraid to fail and the future of space research.
ImpactLife Madison is asking for more donations to support Hurricane Ian.
Twitter thread post threatens UW Health against gender services for minors
Students for Justice in Palestine deny involvement with antisemitic chalkings on first day of UW classesBy Noe Goldhaber | 2:00am
Students for Justice in Palestine defends the messages of the chalkings but maintains that they had no involvement.
Senate President Chris Kapenga (R-Delafield) and Assembly speaker pro tempore Tyler August (R-Lake Geneva) each opened and closed their respective sessions in seconds, even as August was met with shouts of “no” and “coward” from multiple representatives on the floor.
New monkeypox data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services found people of color had lower vaccination rates despite bearing an outsized share of Wisconsin’s case burden.
UW-Madison educational video game ‘The Legend of the Lost Emerald’ wins top prize at 54th Annual Public Media AwardsBy Emily Chin | Oct. 5
In The Legend of the Lost Emerald, children play the role of a maritime archaeologist searching for sunken ships in the Great Lakes.
The new location will allow the community to remain a student co-op and continue to offer affordable rent prices.
The governor’s announcement gives statewide domestic violence intervention and homelessness shelter programs a much-needed pandemic recovery boost.
Branch campuses in the University of Wisconsin System face the most enrollment challenges with a 9% decrease.
Lisa Boyce recalls the moment she found out Roe v. Wade was overturned and shares other ways Planned Parenthood is providing reproductive care in the wake of Wisconsin’s near-total abortion ban.
Discovery to Product is a program that provides funding, mentorship and tools to the UW-Madison community to help launch ideas.
Gov. Evers supports school funding, abortion rights, legal marijuana in speech to UW-Madison studentsBy Sydney Steidl | Sep. 30
The Democratic governor delivered a speech Tuesday evening to a small group of UW-Madison students gathered in Colectivo Coffee on State Street.
UWPD arrested a 22-year-old after he made threatening statements in Witte residence hall.
ASM proposes legislation to increase hourly student worker minimum wage to $15, joins statewide student governance organizationBy Zach Kaplan | Sep. 29
The two takeaways from yesterday’s meeting have big implications for UW-Madison’s influence on the UW System.
Wisconsin GOP gubenatorial candidate Tim Michels’ new position is a sharp reversal from decades of support for abortion laws without exceptions for rape and incest.
Hub, Roundhouse among locations to raise prices, sparking anxiety from students already grappling with recent price hikes
Keeler’s upcoming digital project, “Mapping Dejope: Indigenous Histories and Presence in Madison,” is an interactive mapping experience that aims to educate community members about the Ho-Chunk history of the land UW-Madison occupies.
A new study shows an expected decline in the state’s workforce as baby boomers retire and young people leave for larger metro areas and warmer climates.