The Los Angeles Police Department has started a criminal investigation into the allegations that John Chadima, former UW-Madison Senior Associate Athletic Director, sexually assaulted a student Athletic Department employee while in a Los Angeles hotel during the Rose Bowl Weekend.
In his first appearance on the UW-Madison campus as a U.S. Senate candidate, former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson spoke to UW-Madison’s College Republicans about the national implications of his senate race and encouraged the students to get involved with the campaign.
After meeting with Student Services Finance Committee Chair Sarah Neibart last Wednesday, UW-Madison Chancellor David Ward revised his decision on where some student segregated fees could be spent next fiscal year.
UW-Madison officials are investigating a report that students at a Delta Upsilon Fraternity party racially harassed two African-American students last week.
Jack Dengel, a senior from Illinois majoring in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, will be graduating in May after four years of undergraduate study. Since his major will be discontinued in the fall, he had to graduate on time and dedicate most of his coursework to his specialized major. He also pressured himself to graduate in four years to save his parents money and join the work force sooner.
For the first time, the UW-Madison School of Business was ranked within the top 25 business schools in the country by Bloomberg Businessweek, a magazine that has been ranking top undergraduate business schools each year since 2006.
A city design commission granted final approval Wednesday for a proposed five-story apartment building, although a university planning official said it conflicts with future campus expansion plans.
The Memorial Union Theatre was abuzz Wednesday night as world-renowned poet Nikki Giovanni spoke about her experiences as a writer, educator and lifelong activist.
The Associated Students of Madison repealed legislation Wednesday passed by its Diversity Committee that alleged its finance committee and judiciary were prejudiced in denying a multicultural student group funding.
Student government decided against putting a new Associated Students of Madison constitution up for a vote Wednesday.