Chancellor Rebecca Blank of UW-Madison speaks to the Senate in an NCAA name, image and likeness congressional hearing.
The Police and Fire Commission are now looking for input from the community as the search for the city’s next police chief continues.
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate voted in favor of spring 2021 academic calendar changes due to the transmission of COVID-19.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided on Monday it would keep the Green Party’s presidential ticket off the ballot as clerks around the state prepare to send absentee ballots to over a million voters.
Many Dane County private schools were quick to respond to the Supreme Court ruling, announcing to students and parents that in-person instruction will resume.
Gordon’s Graveyard protest addresses rising tensions between the UW-Madison student body and administration.
Following discussions on how to improve the campus climate in light of strife over racial injustice, UW-Madison this week announced the creation of a Diversity Inventory website and the appointment of a new director of the campus Multicultural Student Center.
After a successful summer, the program received praise from the Mayor and city council.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled 4-3 Thursday that municipal clerks should pause their mailing of absentee ballots until a ruling is made on the Green Party’s bid to be on the ballot.
Seventeen additional chapter facilities have received quarantine orders from PHMDC and UW-Madison since the initial quarantine directive.
As COVID-19 cases rise in Dane County, several bars in the downtown Madison area have shortened their hours or shut down entirely to prevent transmission among patrons and employees.
A rise in positive cases among the UW-Madison population has led the university to conduct voluntary surveillance testing.
UW moves all classes online, quarantines two dorms for two weeks after county executive asks for campus to send students homeBy Kate Van Dyke | Sep. 9
Blank states that the university’s efforts need further evaluation before drastic measures are taken.
An effort to recall Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway failed after not meeting the necessary amount of signatures in addition to not turning paperwork in on time.
UW-Madison voter registration drives will not operate during “two week emphasis on health and safety protocols” for undergraduate students.
As Madison sets records for positive cases in a single day, residents and local officials look to UW-Madison students for answers.
Racist and white supremacist graffiti discovered on multiple buildings around Library Mall
The Madison Common Council increases community control over police in midst of concerns with the council’s civility.
As sorority and fraternity chapters witness an increase in COVID-19 cases, chapters may be asked to engage in a community-wide quarantine
UW-Madison witnesses rank increases in Washington Monthly magazine and Times Higher Ed. Rankings differ based on criteria assessed by each source.