The UW System Board of Regents unanimously voted to end the policy at a Thursday meeting in Madison.
Professors are picking up slack as students adjust to the new life under understaffed, uncertain universities.
Small family farms employ various strategies to overcome economic exclusion, together.
Through healthy and authentic dishes inspired by Mumbai’s street food, Bombay Fast Cafe cart serves up a quick and affordable meal for UW-Madison students.
UW-Madison emphasizes the challenges of local sourcing, navigating state procurement policies and the logistical hurdles of bringing fresh, local food to student dining halls.
The recent move by Children’s Wisconsin shows the disparity in healthcare in Wisconsin along racial and economic lines.
Wisconsin departments that work with repayment plans championed a new Biden administration student loan forgiveness proposal while raising concerns about student scams.
Democratic state lawmakers express support for UW-Madison engineering building, housing affordability during town hallBy Joseph Panzer | Nov. 10
Two Democratic state lawmakers spoke at a town hall Wednesday about funding for a new UW-Madison engineering building and student housing affordability.
The agency will partner with the City of Madison Community Development Authority to host an annual competition that allows teams of university graduate students to address an affordable housing design challenge.
The incident occurred after a Monday vigil commemorating one month since the Hamas’ deadly Oct. 7 terrorist attacks against Israel.
The State Street Starbucks location's request for sharp object containers was declined by management after receiving prior confirmation that an order had been put in by the district manager.
Ho-Chunk banners displayed on Bascom Hall for ‘Our Shared Future’ initiative, 175th anniversary of UW-MadisonBy Ainsley Adams and Noe Goldhaber | Nov. 9
Anthropology graduate student Molli Pauliot partnered with faculty to create a banner inspired by Ho-Chunk design as UW-Madison continues to recognize indigenous culture.
Former Hawaii Supreme Court Associate Justice Michael Wilson spoke about the importance of prioritizing sustainability in government and policy.
Co-op members faced resistance from University Housing and difficult conditions after being told their original space was set for demolition.
The grassroots organization seeks to promote tenant organization and embolden renters to collectively resist landlord power abuses.
Employees are increasingly battling for better working conditions and benefits despite corporate resistance, as demonstrated by Madison’s own Starbucks on State Street
Fair Maps Coalition exchanges leadership power, brings fresh perspective to anti-gerrymandering activismBy Margaret Scheuerman | Nov. 9
The coalition, made up almost entirely by volunteers, actively works throughout the state to advocate for a nonpartisan redistricting process.
Garden plots at the Atwood Community Gardens have a three-year waitlist due to the lack of urban garden space in Madison.
Union and community members rallied for fair labor contracts that guarantee workers rights at the Wisconsin State Capitol Saturday.