The lagging COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Wisconsin means teachers and child care workers will wait until mid-March for first dose, after in-person instruction begins.
While molecular sequencing is required to confirm reinfection, Public Health Madison & Dane County has recorded rising numbers of “suspected” cases of reinfection in Dane County.
In an effort to address campus food insecurity, the Wisconsin Union distributed free meals to students on campus.
Students and staff discuss how the drinking culture at UW-Madison has changed as a result of the pandemic.
Doctors Westergaard, Andes and Sethi Encourage Prudent Behavior in the face of a new strain.
As the UW campus faces an uptick in coronavirus cases, conversation concerning false positives and saliva-based tests has emerged among the campus community.
New legislation from ASM denounces xenophobic and transphobic groups, supports COVID-19 vaccine effortsBy Anthony Trombi | Feb. 25
The student governance body discussed measures denouncing violence towards Asian Pacific Islander Desi American students, evaluating budgets and supporting UW’s COVID-19 vaccine efforts.
Chancellors from UW-River Falls, UW-Stout and UW-Eau Claire support UW System president’s goal to “plan for a traditional college experience” for Fall 2021.
UW-Madison will be partnering with four communities under the UniverCity Alliance this year to facilitate community improvements.
Phillips would be the first person of color to have a statue in the Capitol.
Republican Sen. Duey Stroebel is leading the charge, introducing bills that would require a medical professional’s endorsement to receive an absentee ballot, among other changes.
Gov. Tony Evers recommended about $1 billion for building projects within the UW System as part of his nearly $2.4 billion Capital Budget unveiled Monday.
The rush to vaccinate teachers comes as the Madison Metropolitan School District plans to phase back to in-person learning soon.
Prior to the SSFC RecWell budget discussion on Monday night, ASM leaders presented instances and emails in which they allege lobbying from RecWell.
In the past few weeks, Rep. Deb Andraca, a first-year Democrat in the state Assembly from the Milwaukee suburbs, has gained unexpected fame on TikTok. Before her most popular TikTok, posted two days before Valentine's Day, Andraca only had about 18 followers.
Small businesses in Madison are receiving financial support and training programs through city council efforts aimed to repair damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Housing Equity Action Team at the Social Justice Hub describes motives and actions taken to conduct a food pantry for Madison individuals facing homelessness.
Officers from outside UWPD will have to prove they have not been subject to complaints or violations of civil rights, excessive force.
Students living off-campus can find themselves faced with a range of issues from faulty heating to animal infestations.