UW-Madison has seen an increase in bias and hate towards minority groups in recent years, leading the university to consider ways to foster a more inclusive environment.
The County Board voted to give $717,000 to Mead & Hunt for consultant work aimed at decreasing the jail’s project cost.
The Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change met Thursday to discuss their recommendations in the governor’s biennial budget, including an Office of Environmental Justice and funds for green job training and clean energy research.
UW-Madison effort aims to increase diversity among staff and student body, support an inclusive campus, increase academic and career support for students and research injustices.
UW Freshman Ria Dhingra was the top speaker at the tournament, while teammate Zach Heintz was the second best speaker.
Local activists hold vigil calling for a renewed investigation into the death of Tony Robinson
The struggles of in-person classes and socializing have many students re-evaluating their living situations.
UW-Madison report highlights diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, but some student leaders are not impressed.
Rep. Dittrich introduces legislation to ban transgender student athletes from participating in women’s sportsBy Rosie Marder | Mar. 3
Two new bills would prohibit students, kindergarten to college, from joining teams that don’t coincide with their biological sex under the guise of fairness.
First-year PharmD students will be able to administer vaccines with an accelerated course designed to better address the need for vaccine distribution.
The two members claimed that a co-member “dehumanized” Floyd and made other demeaning remarks towards Black Americans, causing them to take a step away from the committee.
UW urged to divest from fossil fuels to reduce its impact on climate change.
On Monday, a group of 52 Republican lawmakers called on Gov. Tony Evers to distribute the rest of the state’s federal educational COVID-19 relief funds to districts that have been teaching in-person since the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Madison gave out fifty $500 stipend payments to those in need, and plans to give out more when funds are available.
Gov. Tony Evers signed a bill to begin updating the state’s outdated unemployment system and put back in place the suspension of the one-week waiting period for unemployment benefits Thursday.
Metro transit proposed to reduce the number of buses operating on State Street and adjust current routes in preparation for future Bus Rapid Transit project.
The CDC endorsed a mask fitter designed by UW-Madison researchers that provides protection closer to an N-95 mask.
Hunters and trappers killed 20% of Wisconsin’s wolf population in just 3 days.
On Wednesday, a bipartisan group of state lawmakers proposed implementing ranked-choice voting in Wisconsin’s federal elections.