Participants marched while chanting “Sí, se puede,” a motto representing Latine unity and strength.
Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Oct. 4 to promote key issues that disproportionately impact young people across the nation.
Road to the 2024 GOP Presidential Nomination panel discusses role of Trump, fissures in Republican PartyBy Rachel Hale | Sep. 15
Panelists charted the path to 2024’s presidential election and explored the Republican candidate field.
Why Republicans threatened to impeach Janet Protasiewicz — and why they backpedaled.
Chicago-based developer Core Spaces is moving forward with a plan to build a new 1,600-bed apartment building in downtown Madison.
The statement to The Daily Cardinal comes the morning after a top UW-Madison official told the university’s student council that the school would not cut DEI positions.
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin announced it will resume abortion services at two health clinics in the state beginning Monday, Sept. 18.
UW-Madison graduate students held a Workers Strike Back meeting to debate and vote on demands, strategies and plans for moving forward with their campaign.
How University of Wisconsin-Madison student triathletes balance the rigor of work and school with grueling Ironman training.
The number of residents residing in drought-affected areas has risen by 5.4% in one week, impacting 4.2 million people across the state.
In a 64-35 vote, the Republican-controlled assembly passed ongoing legislation in favor of a major tax cut on Tuesday.
The program, which launched Aug. 29, allows first-year UW students and eligible high schoolers to apply for guaranteed admission to the four-year program at Madison.
The announcement came at the first ASM meeting of the fall 2023 semester.
The Madison Plan Commission discussed an update to the city’s Comprehensive Plan to increase building height limits allowing for the construction of more housing units Thursday.
Republicans at a press conference Tuesday stepped back from prior impeachment threats against liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge Janet Protasiewicz and unveiled a new nonpartisan redistricting plan that Democrats quickly opposed.
The controversial speaker announced via TikTok that she will visit Madison on Sept. 19.
An “experimental closure” will see the area, spanning roughly from Parthenon Gyros to State Street Brats, entirely closed to non-emergency vehicles.
The Common Council unanimously voted to temporarily close traffic on blocks 400-600 of State Street in 2024 to test whether it could be converted into a pedestrian mall.