Local government works with business owners to create a roadmap going forward.
While COVID-19 has made homelessness more complicated, organizations, the city government and the community have reallocated their resources and boosted their efforts to serve the homeless community.
'Perkins borrowers are being failed again': UW withholds debt relief to loan holders amidst the pandemicBy Addison Lathers | Mar. 25
The Department of Education has allowed universities and colleges to suspend payment and interest accumulation on the needs-based student loan program since April, but the UW Administration has neglected to follow through.
MPD’s decision not to let community responders into an area with a displaced homeless population after a shooting nearly cost a man his life.
“Online school is our home. Where we live is our classroom right now, this is where we're learning... what will happen to people who can't pay for housing?”
The Graduate Worker Union of UW-Madison spoke out on efforts to remit segregated and mandatory fees.
Inmates with jobs in Wisconsin make just a fraction of minimum wage, but a pay hike is unlikely due to financial and political roadblocks.
Despite programs for lower income students that cover most of their costs to attend UW-Madison, some students who do not qualify for aid based on income struggle to fund their college expenses.
Several pieces of key legislation were passed by the Associated Students of Madison Tuesday night.
The incoming program will be the first in the country to focus on psychoactive pharmaceutical investigation.
The Wisconsin State Legislature failed to place Black History Month Resolution on the session calendar, while a resolution honoring commentator Rush Limbaugh passed with a Republican majority in both chambers.
After a man was shot at a men’s shelter Monday, Mayor urges Madison residents not to associate homelessness with violence.
Welcome back to the Student Dive. This week, we interview our writers on some of the latest news stories affecting campus. Writer Sophia Vento discusses her latest story, which takes a deep dive into the risks and reactions to large gatherings on Lake Mendota. Associate news writer Nathan Denzin also discusses budget news impacting the university. Co-hosted by Gaby Vinick and Hope Karnopp and edited by Sylvia Yan.
In-person absentee voting began Tuesday for the 2021 Spring Election on April 6. On Election Day, polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
The UW School of Medicine and Public Health conducted a Match Day ceremony to celebrate students’ residency matches and resilience while facing COVID-19 during medical school.
As the state opens up vaccine eligibility Monday, UW Health has decided to allow patients to schedule a vaccination, rather than waiting for the hospital to contact them.
An almost six month long investigation is unable to determine the person responsible for vulgarity directed at a public speaker.