University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers received a $3.5 million grant to develop and test mobile applications to help prevent relapse in patients who suffer from substance abuse.
University of Wisconsin Law School students launched a new clinic Wednesday to help immigrants at risk of deportation navigate through the complicated legal proceedings surrounding deportation hearings.
University of Wisconsin-Madison student government approved funding for this fall’s UW Homecoming in a meeting Wednesday after a heated discussion over how much money the event should receive.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison created a new annual multimedia campaign aimed at increasing alumni donations, which will run through October.
The downtown area has seen an increased number of burglaries last August compared to other years, particularly on Spring Street and on both sides of Regent Street, according to Madison police and city officials.
City officials and University of Wisconsin-Madison student representatives plan to collaborate in arranging an alternative late-night transportation service to SAFEcab, a nighttime cab service recently eliminated from the university budget.
Student leaders are encouraging University of Wisconsin-Madison students to attend Tuesday’s Madison city Council meeting to support legislation allowing late night taxicab use on State Street, which they say would increase campus safety.
To bring the Theta Chi fraternity house up to par with safety codes, the building will undergo major renovations or a possible rebuild within the next two years.
Two student organizations moved closer to receiving funding Thursday when the Student Services Finance Committee voted unanimously in favor of allowing both groups to submit their budgets for the committee’s approval later this year.
Less than a week after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals accused the University of Wisconsin-Madison of harming animals during research, the group plans to visit campus Tuesday to protest the alleged mistreatment.
Actor and former White House staffer Kal Penn sat down with The Daily Cardinal after his speech at the Memorial Union Friday, Sept. 14, in which he campaigned for President Barack Obama's re-election.
Two days after an animal rights group criticized the University of Wisconsin-Madison for its treatment of research animals, the university held a previously scheduled forum on the ethics behind animal research.
Cornell University announced last Thursday it will cut business ties with adidas, a company the University of Wisconsin-Madison has recently had to consider its own relationship with.