Students and activists address the surge in anti-Asian sentiments and hate crimes nation-wide and on campus.
Newly elected Senior Class Officers plan for the world’s largest toga party, an escalator on Bascom Hill and the conversion of the Humanities building into a skatepark.
April 6 election moves the Common Council in a more progressive direction
A recent Public Health order makes outdoor event organizers hopeful of return to in-person events.
Wisconsin public officials met Thursday to discuss the firearm provisions in Gov. Tony Evers’ budget proposal.
With the continuing challenges of the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, UW-Madison will offer students disruption grading options.
State superintendent candidates Deborah Kerr and Jill Underly met for a conversation centered around questions from Wisconsin students Wednesday.
A 15 year proposal by Amtrak would connect Madison to several Wisconsin, Minnesota communities.
Graduate programs in education and law improved while engineering, medicine and business all dropped.
UW-Madison’s student government unanimously passed legislation on Tuesday in favor of the Teaching Assistant’s Association, a Tribal Liaison for ASM, funding questions surrounding the COVID-19 Relief Fund and transgender athletes on campus.
Last week, Gov. Tony Evers signed into law on Friday a measure allowing retailers to sell cocktails and wine to-go after the bill received broad bipartisan support in the state legislature.
Here’s what students should know about the upcoming April 6 city election
Barry Alvarez made significant contributions to the UW-Madison athletic department, which will be celebrated upon his expected retirement.
‘I am more worried about my mental health than getting COVID-19’: As pandemic grinds on, students struggleBy Sophia Vento | Apr. 1
As the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning and global events take a toll, UW-Madison students continue to have concerns with their mental health.