In an interview with 91.7 WSUM News that aired at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke about the importance of the UW-Madison student vote.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced Tuesday that he joined a coalition of 22 state attorneys general in opposing a proposed Department of Homeland Security rule that would set time limits on student visas.
Sen. Bernie Sanders will host a virtual “What’s at Stake” rally this Saturday encouraging students in Wis. to vote.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) passed two bills at their meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 28, calling for continued employment and pay for University workers through the pandemic and for classes to be held asynchronously on Election Day next week.
The university’s second round of cost-cutting this year aims to curb financial woes brought on by COVID pandemic
Student Inclusion Coalition and campus partnership progress report to address UW-Madison climate, diversity and inclusionBy Sophia Vento | Oct. 27, 2020
The SIC and campus partnerships share a progress report regarding campus climate, diversity and inclusion following this year’s Homecoming week.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden has grown his lead over Republican President Donald Trump in Wisconsin with only nine days until Election Day, according to a new poll released by the University of Wisconsin Monday.
UW football fans attempted to make the most of a home opener against the Illinois Fighting Illini while abiding by PHMDC public health orders.
It isn’t just the national economy and job market that are suffering from the fossil fuel industry and the effects of climate change. Each community in Wisconsin is facing its own unique struggles.
A UW-Madison pledge to cover tuition costs and segregated fees for eligible students continues to expand.
UW-Madison contact tracers are assisting overwhelmed Madison and Dane County health officials as local cases and hospitalizations spike
UW-Madison will expand their COVID-19 testing initiatives during the Spring semester to require all campus employees, as well as all students who live on campus, attend in-person classes or visit campus spaces to be tested twice per week.
In the midst of a global pandemic, social and political activism and a presidential election, Steele noted the extra pressures that college students are facing in 2020.
UW-Madison researchers have conducted two studies that target mentorship experiences among individuals who identify with minority groups, specifically those pursuing STEMM-related experiences.
UWPD spent over $8,600 on crowd-control materials over summer, released records show.
Starting on Oct. 20, Madison, Wis. residents may begin to cast their ballots for the 2020 presidential election at designated campus locations.