The UW System receives over $1 million annually from land taken from Wisconsin Native American tribes in the 1800s.
Dawn Douglas shared her worries with an all-time low in foster parents while boosting Dane County’s method to address the shortage and situate children with the right homes.
The graffiti criticized UW-Madison’s response to a video posted to social media which depicted a UWPD officer pushing a pro-Palestine demonstrator to the ground during a career fair.
Debates on UW campuses over belonging, free expression, and social and political identity have been raised more frequently in recent months as legislative Republicans seek to fund free speech programs and cut diversity initiatives.
Owner Sam Brown’s venture pays homage to history, preservation and the thrum of urban life.
The year-long program aims to increase transparency and accountability in police interactions.
The graduate students union delivered a letter to Chancellor Mnookin advocating for 12 weeks of paid family leave and distributed Valentine’s Day cards detailing struggles of having a family as UW-Madison employees.
The county partnered with Purple Cow Organics to expand its composting initiatives with money from a federal grant.
Award-winning author Yahya Ashour spoke about homeland struggles in an event facilitated by Students for Justice in Palestine Thursday.
Roman, who has served in the role since 2017, will be stepping down effective immediately.
The Rental Rehab Program will provide eligible property owners with funding toward making major repairs, complying with building codes and regulations.
Regents’ authorization of Shell replacement leaves some student athletes worried about practice spaceBy Mia Salbego | Feb. 12
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents authorized a reconstruction project for the Camp Randall Sports Center Thursday which would turn the former workout facility into an indoor football training center.
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents looked at expansions to cybersecurity insurance, new database projects and third-party data management procedures during Thursday meetings.
Madison Metro Transit is introducing new changes. The Associated Students of Madison represents students in these changes.
A Republican bill to ban race consideration for college financial aid has brought concern for how marginalized students will succeed in the Wisconsin higher education system.
Chancellor Mnookin announced the RISE initiative to hire faculty in areas of “global challenge,” including artificial intelligence.
More than a dozen campus organizations shared their services with students in Memorial Union’s Tripp Commons.