DEI programs prepare UW students for the workforce. Cutting the UW System's budget cripples Wisconsin's economic engine.
With the proposal to demolish Vintage Spirits & Grill and build a 33-unit luxury apartment building in its place, the Madison community is losing a family-owned business without gaining new affordable housing.
UW-Madison needs to prioritize sustainability over more trash in landfills.
As students begin their freshman year this fall, it’s important to remember that we choose our own storylines here at UW-Madison and not to place too much pressure on our experience or ourselves.
Whether it’s an assignment to cover a student government election or a water main break, you are hitting the ground running as a new staffer at the Cardinal.
As one of the top 10 public universities and top five party schools in the nation, UW-Madison’s students are constantly on the move, creating unmatched social and academic standards.
One club on campus decided to host their own version of Shark Tank — with a $50,000 prize pool.
Assumptions should never be made about a voter and their ability to make an informed decision.
Here’s why a TikTok advertisement for beer is a huge promotion for the transgender community.
When given the decision to reevaluate or compromise on their losing strategy, the GOP has decided to double down.
Radical honesty: How Wisconsin voters rewarded Janet Protasiewicz for breaking judicial norms of vaguenessBy Graham Brown | Apr. 13
Will national Democrats follow her lead?
Disruptive technologies have impacted our lives in innumerable ways. Electric cars, virtual reality, 5G and numerous other genius human accomplishments have changed the way we live. But, the latest breakthrough in tech is artificial intelligence (AI).
Jason Li is a sophomore studying Finance, Investment and Banking at UW-Madison. Do you trust the U.S. government's ability to make its credit payments? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NIL exposes underlying inequality between men’s and women’s sports, but this is something we can try to fix.
The labor shortage that is plaguing America’s agricultural sector finds farmers struggling to find the adequate amount of help to keep Americans fed.
It is far past the time for America to realize unions are not detrimental to capitalism but instead crucial components of a functioning society.
It’s amazing how human innovation has dramatically changed technology within the last 30 years. When you look at calculators, for example — a staple for many students and professionals alike — they’ve dramatically changed how people live and learn by becoming more compact and accessible for more people.