With 22% of UW-Madison students living on-campus, over eight thousand students can pay thousands of dollars each to live in residence halls across campus.
Two residence facilities are set to be demolished after 2023 despite a steady increase in demand for on-campus housing.
TAA calls UW-Madison’s increased stipend rate “an insult” to graduate student workers, reiterates the need for supportBy Sophia Vento | Nov. 15
TAA expressed concerns with UW-Madison’s announcement of a three to four percent increase in the minimum stipend for graduate student workers.
UW-Madison to comply with President Biden’s federal vaccine mandate by requiring all university employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The organization’s founder hopes to empower students to advocate for quality healthcare.
Legislation advocating for the reduction of sexual violence on campus is set to be introduced to ASM on Wednesday.
As part of UW-Madison’s Our Shared Future initiative, the Ho Chunk flag was raised on Bascom Hill on Friday, Nov. 5.
ASM passes statewide shared governance legislation with the hope that other UW System schools follow suitBy Gretchen Blohm | Nov. 4
ASM passed legislation calling for a new statewide student governance body — which would put power back in the hands of students and faculty.
The university’s voting rate was higher than 66% of all other colleges.
A Madison man was charged in a hate crime incident against a UW-Madison student of Asian descent.
The Wisconsin Homecoming Committee aimed to bring back a sense of unity after a challenging year.
The annual “Fill The Hill” event and its flamingos returned to UW-Madison after a year online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, raising funds for the university.
Shukla sat down with The Daily Cardinal to discuss the Housing Equity Team’s goals and her experiences advocating for housing equity in Madison.
UW-System president Tommy Thompson announced that the System will comply with the executive order requiring federal workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
UW-Madison has decided to renew its contract with the online proctoring software company Honorlock, sparking concerns among the campus community.