The statement to The Daily Cardinal comes the morning after a top UW-Madison official told the university’s student council that the school would not cut DEI positions.
UW-Madison graduate students held a Workers Strike Back meeting to debate and vote on demands, strategies and plans for moving forward with their campaign.
The number of residents residing in drought-affected areas has risen by 5.4% in one week, impacting 4.2 million people across the state.
The program, which launched Aug. 29, allows first-year UW students and eligible high schoolers to apply for guaranteed admission to the four-year program at Madison.
The announcement came at the first ASM meeting of the fall 2023 semester.
The controversial speaker announced via TikTok that she will visit Madison on Sept. 19.
An “experimental closure” will see the area, spanning roughly from Parthenon Gyros to State Street Brats, entirely closed to non-emergency vehicles.
The Daily Cardinal spoke with Brooke Harding, B.A. 2014, about her efforts in Ukraine, her time at UW-Madison and what she’s learned from her work with USAID.
The suspect was identified and arrested using video, witness statements and biological evidence, MPD confirmed.
UW-Platteville and UW-Parkside are the latest UW System schools to announce spending cuts and furloughs to combat deficits.
The Blk Pwr Coalition has met on multiple occasions with University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin’s office, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori Reesor told The Daily Cardinal on Tuesday.
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Soaring temperatures during the Wisconsin Badgers’ 38-17 victory over the Buffalo Bulls at Camp Randall Stadium caused hundreds of fans to be put under medical observation Saturday.
Multiple witnesses told The Daily Cardinal the pier was overcrowded prior to collapsing Monday afternoon.
UWPD launched the safety resource app in August before campus welcomed back new and returning Badgers for the fall semester.
Teaching assistants at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are demanding higher wages and better working conditions.
The plan will serve as a framework for an estimated 30 years of initiatives and construction projects for the research and work-focused zone of UW-Madison.
Chancellor Andrew Leavitt announced the cuts, which will include around 200 layoffs, in a statement Thursday morning.
The landmark decisions in two cases involving Harvard College and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill will likely affect admissions processes at UW-Madison, Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin said Thursday.