Closure of the Pipefitter marks one more State Street building going out of business this year.
Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment looks to educate and engage the campus community through online events scheduled throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Students involved in Common Council, the County Board, activism groups and ASM report feeling tired but hopeful after a long year of struggle and advocacy work.
As the Mifflin Block Party time of year approaches, police sent a letter to all Mifflin residents and party-goers of rules and possible fines.
The killing of Duante Wright by a Brooklyn Center police officer in Minnesota has rekindled UW-Madison student activists and activist groups’ continuous calls for change.
Department of Natural Resources Secretary Preston Cole asked the state’s budget writing committee to support investments to address PFAS contamination across the state last week.
The student government passed legislation benefiting student aid efforts and clarifying student government bylaws at their meeting on Tuesday.
Legislators previously voted against formally naming February Black History Month, however Republican Senator Dale Kooyenga is a co-author of this bill.
Parisi received 79% of the vote against opponent, Mary Ann Nicholson.
UW-Madison halts Johnson & Johnson vaccine administration as the FDA investigates links between the vaccine and a rare blood clot.
Through over 5,700 gifts, UW community members raised over $2.7 million for University schools and colleges, athletics and organizations.
While Dane County police have used no-knock warrants sparingly, a new resolution would formally request that they further limit the use.
UW System Interim President Tommy Thompson and UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank toured the Mosse Humanities Building and discussed proposals for new College of Letters and Science and Engineering buildings Monday.
Barrett will begin serving next month as the first Black sheriff in Dane County.
While Dogs On Call has not been able to hold most in-person visits in over a year, the organization was able to do a social distanced event at UnityPoint Meriter Hospital in October.
With the start of the 2021-22 academic year beginning on the last day of Rosh Hashanah, Jewish students are disappointed and frustrated with the UW System.
The student government’s Equity and Inclusion Committee continued their efforts to support transgender athletes.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul and two Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation Thursday that would allow the attorney general to investigate and file lawsuits over civil rights violations.