SB 792, introduced by Senate Republicans, would allow any UW System student to substitute a required ethnic studies course with a class on the U.S. Constitution.
“[Jerome Chazen] was deeply devoted to the arts and to education,” Chancellor Rebecca Blank said. “His commitment to UW-Madison will live on in the Chazen Museum of Art and the many lives he touched.”
The COVID-19 pandemic presents both detriments and benefits in higher education when it comes to accessibility.
State Street may lose four small businesses if JD McCormick’s plan to build a five-story structure goes through.
A $200 million, 3.4 million square foot Amazon facility has been proposed for construction north of Cottage Grove and is expected to supply 1,500 jobs.
“It’s not like we have no jobs here in Wisconsin,” said Sen. Johnson at a news conference Saturday.
The victim’s mother says her son, a 38-year-old Black man, was shot five times by a state officer.
The freshman inclusion workshop aimed at reducing hate crimes and bias incidents has been moved to an online format for the foreseeable future.
Sen. Melissa Agard (D-Madison) introduced two new legislative bills Wednesday aimed at curbing violence through prevention.
Four people were shot, including three fatally, following a domestic dispute in an apartment complex in Brown Deer, Wis. Saturday morning.
Workers discovered the time capsule while demolishing the southside building.
The Dane County Executive Board voted 5-2 to indefinitely postpone a symbolic proposal supporting statewide legislation ending qualified immunity.
‘We owe it to the taxpayers of Dane County,’ says Dane County Executive Joe Parisi
The 2022 midterm elections are shaping up to be pivotal in deciding the future of politics in Wisconsin.
The city’s new homeless shelter encampment exceeds expectations and has had minimal police supervision, and pavillion and library plans unveiled for “Imagination Center” at Reindahl Park
Students reported brown water in various buildings on campus Wednesday afternoon.
The organization partnered with state officials to distribute N95 masks to communities free of charge.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that ballot drop boxes will be allowed through the February primaries to avoid voter confusion.