Gov. Tony Evers offered insight into the upcoming budget process and project initiatives to look forward to in 2023.
It was a night celebrating Iranian history and tradition.
A blown transformer forced approximately 500 UW Housing residents to vacate by 1 a.m. on Saturday.
The bill guaranteeing federal recognition for same-sex and interracial marriage was sent to the house after passing the Senate in a historic bipartisan vote organized in part by Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
Students expressed concerns to ASM on Wednesday about the potential negative impact of the construction of Levy Hall on nearby communal spaces.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund filed an appeal on behalf of a former caretaker alleging the university improperly censored her criticism of its primate research center.
The University of Wisconsin System’s budget request also includes proposed funding for staff pay increases, diversity efforts, Title IX compliance, sustainability and student mental health programs.
Dane County Regional Airport reached new heights in its airline ticket prices, now the priciest of the country's busiest airports.
Although 2022 crime rates have statistically been similar to 2020 and 2021, many students and community members are on edge due to a perceived uptick in violence near the UW-Madison campus.
Growing up on the Menominee reservation inspired her health research and nonprofit organizations.
Slamming weights. Inappropriate looks. A chorus of obnoxious grunting, no matter how much weight is on the bar.
Interim Ald. Matt Phair is running for District 20 alder after taking up the vacant Alder position in District 20.
‘It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year’: The 2022 Holiday Tree is officially lit at the Wisconsin State CapitolBy Anna Kleiber | Dec. 7
Gov. Tony Evers and Lt. Gov.-elect Sara Rodriguez welcomed in the holidays with the annual State Capitol Holiday Tree lighting ceremony.
The event brought together the Persian community and connected them to protestors in Iran.
The decision leaves UW Health's ability to recognize the nurses union in legal limbo.
UW-Madison's public email directory leaves students susceptible to scammers.
Lakeshore Nature Preserve Master Plan update proposes new facilities, studies, continued restorationBy Madeleine Afonso | Dec. 1
The updated master plan recommends a preserve outreach center to be built on the grounds among several other new improvements to the facility.