As UW-Madison’s campus-wide mask mandate expires on March 12, some UW Housing student employees are concerned over the lack of protection and staffing issues.
“The courts have failed Brendan repeatedly and at every level,” lawyers Jerome Buting and Dean Strang said. “We ask you to exercise the power that only you have: to free him. We ask you to do it now.”
Bloom Bake Shop and Bayk are selling traditional Eastern European pastries to support Ukraine during the Russian Invasion.
The student later confessed to falsely claiming that they could see an outline of a gun in another student’s backpack.
“Wisconsin’s restaurants play critical roles in our communities, bringing people together, bolstering tourism and travel and providing unique experiences to residents and visitors each day,” Evers said.
President Biden promotes $1.2 trillion infrastructure law during a speech at UW-Superior’s Yellowjacket Union
Madison City Council allocates $700K towards nonprofits dedicated to helping undocumented immigrantsBy Bella Criscione | Mar. 4
The city council will provide $700k in one-time grants towards eight nonprofit organizations that primarily serve Latinx communities of undocumented immigrants in the Madison area.
Gableman’s claims directly contradicted an analysis conducted by the Legislature back in November that found no legal basis for decertifying an election.
The Black Voice, UW-Madison’s student-run publication for Black students, celebrated its 50-year anniversary by presenting a documentary celebrating the publication’s legacy.
The investigation focused on a former officer’s accusation that Barnes facilitated a hostile working environment.
Attorney General Josh Kaul and several partners announced that they will distribute 975,000 child ID kits in Wisconsin.
Madison business owners are expressing their concerns over the mask mandate’s expiration on March 1.
Common Council approved $750,000 federal grant funding six officer positions.
"If Ron Johnson says we don't need more good jobs here, we don't need more Ron Johnson this November" Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes said.
Putin's actions have garnered the ire of state leaders around the world and across the U.S. Wisconsin's politicians and members of Congress were quick to weigh in.
“Blu³eprint” was created by Faisal Abdu’Allah to represent his idea of “counter monuments.”
Attendees stated that the gathering was intended to call greater attention to the conflict unfolding in Ukraine.
With an “in loco parentis” approach to fill guardians’ role while their students were on campus and discriminatory practices, including the expolsion of, homosexual male students, UW-Madison formerly aimed to eliminate expressions of sexuality on campus.