UW-Madison stands against a proposed Department of Homeland Security rule that would limit the duration of international student visas.
Decades after a University of Wisconsin-Madison alumna found her freshman-year roommate bleeding in their dorm room, the campus remains a battleground for women’s rights.
Chancellor Blank discussed COVID-19, budget issues and racial justice with the Wisconsin Alumni Association.
ASM and UWPD leaders reflect on the results of last week’s vote of No Confidence in the UWPD.
The UW-Madison Arboretum Visitor Center will undergo a solar panel upgrade and LED light installation with the goal of increasing sustainability.
UW-Madison is not listed among the UW system campuses that will reimburse students and families for segregated student fees.
UW-Madison to be included in ‘Wisconsin Land-Grant System Partnership for Advancing Native Education Pathways’By Olivia Everett | Oct. 2
UW-Madison, the College of Menominee Nation and Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College have been awarded a grant to support Native American students along their educational paths.
Dr. Celine Gounder joined the Wisconsin Union Directorate’s Distinguished Lecture Series virtual event Tuesday night to speak about the vital intersection of health and social justice.
Despite limitations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Morgridge Center for Public Service continues to connect student volunteers with community partners and non-profits.
On Sept. 28, the Nicholas Recreational Center opened the doors to many of its facilities for UW-Madison students.
UW-Madison has teamed up with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in an effort to learn more about the implications of COVID-19 on campus.
During this year’s Pollution Prevention (P2) Week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected UW-Madison to receive a $411,963 P2 Grant to prevent pollution caused by food and beverage manufacturing.
Fraternity leaders say that UW administrators were not in contact with them to prevent the spread of COVID-19, contrary to statements from university officials.
Following a decrease in positive cases during the two week hiatus, UW-Madison will resume in-person classes and activities on Sept. 26.
UW-Madison hosts its largest student body and second largest freshman class on record despite pandemic-related concerns.
While it is still unclear what a reopening would like, UW System President Ray Cross announced he “fully expects” UW campuses to reopen for the upcoming fall semester.
It’s been a whirlwind month for everybody.