The Field Day Lab released a video game called “Wake: Tales from the Aqualab,” a life-sciences-focused game to engage middle and high school students in the classroom.
The new center replacing the Natatorium will have spaces dedicated to supporting mental health, a pool, ice rink, climbing walls and more.
“The most accessible of the inaccessible” — disabled student reflects on accessibility in the dorms, campus.
UW System president proposing tuition increase to cover inflation costs.
Keynote speakers and panelists from across different aspects of the policy process met at the Monona Terrace to discuss different issues and solutions relating to policy, its formation and its implementation.
A potential new bill to limit UW System tuition increases to the rate of inflation was introduced last Tuesday. Yet, an increase in tuition costs has been proposed for next year.
Madison community members gathered this weekend at the First Congregational United Church to commemorate the legacy of Rebecca Blank.
UW-Madison Professors shared how despite the AI bot’s impressive products and abilities to make students’ lives easier, it cannot fill the necessity to develop skills on their own and assign meaning to their work.
Some staff reported experiencing or witnessing hostile or intimidating behavior on campus as well as sexual harassment in the last three years.
The triennial survey is being emailed to University of Wisconsin-Madison freshmen and seniors to gather data on their college experience.
University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student claims the threats posted on YikYak were "jokes."
The Starship delivery system helps students get meals delivered directly to their homes.
University committee seeks approval for historical plaque to acknowledge former UW president Van Hise’s promotion of eugenicsBy Sri Laasya Adusumilli | Feb. 26
During “What’s in a Name? Van Hise & the History of Eugenics at UW-Madison,” the Committee on Disability Access & Inclusion shared with students and community members they are seeking approval for a proposed plaque.
Bees Please UW educates community on the role of bees while maintaining a pollinator garden and bee hotels around campus.
Eight UW-Madison faculty and students were awarded grants alongside research development opportunities in various nations abroad.
The villages of Cottage Grove and Shorewood, the cities of Marinette, Milton, River Falls and Wausau, and Eau Claire, St. Croix and Wood counties were announced new partners of the cohort.
Students and student organizations encouraged voting with voting resources and incentives.
Datamatch, a campus matchmaking system, was back for its fifth year at UW-Madison and hosted a week of events to encourage matches to meet and get to know each other.
Four UW-Madison students wanted to consolidate information on first-year housing to one place where incoming students could get all the information they needed.