The UW School of Pharmacy takes steps to better inform students about the history of cannabis use.
New Nalox-ZONE boxes aim to reduce the possibility of drug overdoses, especially with the rise in fentanyl overdoses.
Here’s how Wisconsin’s economy is losing out on the marijuana industry.
Reproductive rights advocates say emergency contraceptives are the last line against pregnancy prevention after Wisconsin’s near-total abortion ban was reinstated in June.
Badger Recovery holds twice weekly meetings where students can get advice and cultivate a sense of fellowship while on their recovery journey.
The 44-year Democrat incumbent remains in the lead against Republican challenger
Democrats held on to key seats despite Republican gains, preventing a GOP supermajority that would have allowed Republicans to pass bills without Gov. Tony Evers’ input.
In what was predicted to be a low-stakes race, the vote for the treasurer encountered notable challenges since the 2018 referendum on terminating the treasurer position altogether in Wisconsin.
"I’m jazzed as hell to tell you that on January 3, 2023, I will still be the 46th governor of the great state of Wisconsin," Gov. Tony Evers said in his victory speech.
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The issues at stake in this election and the swing nature of Wisconsin motivate students to vote and work the polls.
Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties — Wisconsin’s “WOW” counties — are suburban Republican strongholds that trended toward Democrats in 2016 and 2020. But will that momentum continue in 2022?
The Vermont senator shared his hopes for the 2022 election at the Orpheum Theater on Friday evening.
The non-profit apartment building on campus is offering staggered leases to give students more time to make their housing decisions.