Senior athletic official John Chadima allegedly sexually assaulted a student employee during a Rose Bowl party in his hotel suite, a UW-Madison report revealed Tuesday.
The Student Judiciary denied the Multicultural Student Coalition's request for an appeal Tuesday, upholding the decision to deny the group funding eligibility.
Members of different student groups from across campus are working to rewrite the Associated Students of Madison Constitution, a move that could alter the makeup and structure of student government at UW-Madison.
Chancellor David Ward announced the names of four individuals to review allegations of misconduct against former Senior Associate Athletic Director John Chadima Monday.
The Madison hazardous materials team responded to a chemical spill in a UW-Madison biochemistry laboratory Monday after a graduate student spilled a highly flammable solvent, injuring one person.
The Collegians For A Constructive Tomorrow appealed a student government decision that deemed the group ineligible for funding to the Student Judiciary Tuesday.
A UW-Madison student was robbed early Monday morning after giving a man money to take the bus.
The UW Board of Regents' Capital Planning Committee voted to demolish Brothers Bar and Grill on University Avenue as early as this summer and approved the renovations slated for the UW-Madison Memorial Union Thursday.
The Student Services Finance Committee approved a budget of over $60,000 for Supporting Peers In Laidback Listening (SPILL) Thursday.
A university committee recommended Friday UW-Madison put top apparel manufacturer adidas on notice after an allegation of workers' rights abuses in Indonesia.
Even after the old-fashioned method of checking out books, journals and resources with cards catalogs ended at UW-Madison's Memorial Library in 1986, the library continued to house millions of cards on the second floor.
For the first time in 11 years, a UW-Madison student earned a Rhodes scholarship.
Alan Fish, the man behind the recent wave of campus building expansion, announced he is leaving UW-Madison and accepting a new job at Johns Hopkins University.
The construction that has obstructed much of Library Mall for more than two years will finally be coming to a close in mid-December when ongoing utility replacements and upgrades are complete.
In the midst of increased political activity around the state, UW-Madison posted guidelines Wednesday reminding faculty, students and staff of appropriate political activity on campus.