As COVID-19 vaccination supplies become more readily available, nearly 40% of UW-Madison students and employees have at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The decision, which tracks with recent calls to divest from existing policing models, was made in an 11-8 vote and is expected to be enacted by the end of 2023.
Bill requiring Holocaust education moves forward as UW Jewish community says antisemitism ‘more prevalent than ever’By Elena Price | Apr. 22
Last week, the state Assembly unanimously passed a bill mandating education about the Holocaust and other genocides in most Wisconsin schools, a month after the Senate approved it.
For the coming summer term, students will no longer need a green Badger Badge to enter campus spaces, and saliva testing will be replaced by nasal swabs.
Protesters drove from Milwaukee to Madison in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the Menomonee Falls CBD store.
Wisconsin Alumni Student Board will host their “All Campus Party” this week as part of their efforts to connect campus.
Conservative UW-Madison political science professor Ryan Owens announced his bid for Wisconsin attorney general Monday.
The UW-Madison BIPOC Coalition gathered on Sunday to protest racial inequality and show community support after multiple police shootings targeting BIPOC.
PHMDC tweeted Monday that thousands of vaccine appointments are available this week in Madison at its community vaccination center.
State continues pause on Johnson and Johnson vaccine, over a quarter of Wisconsinites fully vaccinatedBy Emma Grenzebach | Apr. 19
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) said Friday that they will continue the pause on administering Johnson & Johnson vaccines until a federal recommendation is made to lift it.
Officials recommend bringing plastic bags to local retailers or using other more sustainable methods such as reusable bags.
After donating $500,000 to the UW-Madison tennis program, a family wants a full refund as they claim the funds were intended for scholarships but were instead used in the Nielsen Tennis Stadium renovation.
Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg, said Thursday that the Republican-controlled state legislature will not legalize recreational or medical marijuana.
The UW-Madison student organizations debated topics including universal healthcare, free college and gun control.
John Garnetti, a former employee for the company which has not delivered tens of millions in promised investments to the UW system, was named to the position last week to “drive relationships with the business community.”
Closure of the Pipefitter marks one more State Street building going out of business this year.
Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment looks to educate and engage the campus community through online events scheduled throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month.