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.
Shorewood High School alumni speak on past experiences with sexual assault, leading to town’s very own #MeToo movement.
Juliana Bennett believes a recent Facebook post made by Ayomi Obuseh is about her; Obuseh states that the post wasn’t referencing her opponent.
The UW-Madison Senior Class Office will direct Class Gift donations to the Social Justice Hub.
Wisconsin Supreme Court rules Evers cannot issue multiple emergency declarations, strikes down mask mandateBy Hope Karnopp | Mar. 31
The Wisconsin Supreme Court released its ruling Wednesday that Gov. Tony Evers unlawfully issued multiple public health emergency orders in response to the pandemic. The ruling also ends the statewide mask mandate.
This program will serve as an alternative to traditional police response on incidents regarding behavioral and mental health.
Fraternity members apologize for removing a tree, with an estimated value of $13,000.
As the vaccine supply chain continues to strengthen DHS officials say now is the time to open eligibility to anyone in the state.
Gov. Tony Evers announced his spending plan for the $3.2 billion the state received from the American Rescue Plan Monday. He also vetoed a bill that would have given Republicans in the legislature oversight of the federal funding.