Student representatives stated that the chancellor was very respectful and responsive to ASM’s advocacy, offering a compromise to every request.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s University Health Services hosted a virtual panel focused on Black women’s mental health on Monday.
Last week, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank described her hope and concerns with several bills passed by the Wisconsin State Legislature.
Wilson touched on the role of the liberal arts in creating an inclusive culture, UW’s comparatively low racial diversity and commented on current trends in higher education.
UWPD and MPD are currently investigating a rise in harassment toward female students on State Street and on campus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
There are currently approximately 150 student families who receive assistance from the Office of Child Care and Family Resources.
Kyira Romero and Mia Warren sat down to answer some of the most pressing sex and sexual health questions from University of Wisconsin-Madison students.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s UniverCity Alliance has partnered with six new Wisconsin communities through the UniverCity Year program, which seeks to connect communities with university resources.
UW-Madison's decision to no longer require masks in indoor settings after March 12 prompts confusion amongst campus organizations.
American activist and whistleblower Chelsea Manning spoke about government, technology and transparency in a lecture hosted by the Wisconsin Union Directorate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Thursday night.
Students, alumni and community members share memories about Black’s impact on Madison.
Madison area swimmers and coaches demonstrate support for UW-Madison senior Connor Keith and his family amid head injury recovery.
UW-Madison graduate student barred from COVID-19 student advisory board amid administrative miscommunicationBy Caitlyn Halfon | Feb. 16
University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student Jack Phillips was appointed to the university’s COVID-19 Student Advisory Board and swiftly removed due to administrative miscommunication.
At least 7,000 students at UW-Madison are participating, which is more than any other university involved with Datamatch this year.
University of Wisconsin-Madison alum Ilya Lichtenstein and his wife Heather Morgan were arrested for their involvement in the largest cryptocurrency seizure ever.
The organization strives to foster a core community of passionate individuals eager to explore the fundamentals and applications of blockchain.
Jason P. O’Neal was arrested Wednesday after a traffic stop where he fled and crashed his vehicle on campus.
The legislation would push the university to slowly eliminate the purchase of unnecessary and wasteful plastic.