The governor accused Republicans of an intrusion into executive powers and violating the Wisconsin Constitution.
Finley, a UW-Madison alum, will address graduates at the Dec. 17 winter commencement.
‘Menstrual products are a necessity, not a luxury:’ Sen. Melissa Agard highlights menstrual product inaccessibility, destigmatizes processBy Tanner Higgins | Oct. 29
The senator’s legislation would mandate any building funded by the state offer free menstruation products.
Q&A: Public Health Madison & Dane County tackle COVID-19, respiratory illnesses this fall and winterBy Vanessa Gavilan | Oct. 28
Morgan Finke, communications coordinator for Public Health Madison & Dane County, spoke with The Daily Cardinal about the current and future state of respiratory illness in the county.
Alatout spoke about injustice in Israel and his personal experiences as a Palestinian.
The legislation was passed at the Associated Students of Madison’s Oct. 25 meeting.
Tickets for flights from the Dane County Regional Airport increased by 16.6% from 2022 to 2023, according to a study conducted by LendingTree, marking one the highest domestic flight ticket spikes in the country.
The U.S. Department of Education explained the new measures in a meeting with members of the press on Monday.
Middle East experts Ghaith al-Omari and David Makovsky discussed policy options and perception of the conflict during an Oct. 24 talk at UW Hillel.
Dane County received over $400,000 in federal grant funding Oct. 19 to expand the county’s current Drug Treatment Court Program.
The announcement came Oct. 25 and will eliminate 12% of the school’s workforce, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Sen. Ron Johnson touched on free speech topics and other issues based on student questions during his joint appearance with Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin.
Wisconsin has a state bird, flower, tree and even a state pastry. But what about a state microbe?
Maya-Camille Broussard, a James Beard Award finalist last year, shared her story and her definition of success at a speaking engagement on Tuesday.
Jewish leaders explain the variety of support they offer for UW-Madison students.
The bipartisan bill would consolidate the time period in which survivors receive results.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors followed the Madison Common Council in increasing funding for the Madison Public Market last week, closing a budget deficit left after construction bids came in higher than expected in September.
District 5 Ald. Regina Vidaver announced Tuesday she is running for county executive in a special election to replace current Dane County Executive Joe Parisi, who will step down from the position in May 2024.
After more than 24 years of public service, Payne will retire to spend more time with his elderly parents.