Finding political identity has been a "rollercoaster" for Witte, who grew up in conservative Wisconsin.
UW-Madison announced it will bring in an outside shipping and packing company to pack and store the belongings of approximately 4,000 students in residence halls.
As students begin online courses, UW-Madison announces special pass/fail grading option for spring semesterBy Allison Garfield | Mar. 26, 2020
The Office of the Provost announced a special Pass/Fail grading option for students during the Spring 2020 semester due to the impact of COVID-19.
In-person classes canceled for remainder of semester: UW-Madison adds to growing list of restrictionsBy Michael Parsky | Mar. 17, 2020
Nineteen people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Dane County as of Tuesday, including one UW-Madison faculty member in the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Associated Students of Madison passed legislation calling UW-Madison to implement a program which extends pardon to the student and caller seeking medical attention while under the influence of alcohol.
While she felt no personal threat, Laura Buckman, a UW-Madison junior studying abroad in Italy, was disheartened to learn she must leave the country at the university’s request due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, formerly known as Novel Coronavirus.
UW Health will begin screening patients based on travel history to Wuhan, China, while in Platteville, six students are being monitored for the new strain of coronavirus.
Students protested UW-Madison Housing’s lack of attention to students of color Monday outside Slichter’s Housing Office.
‘An omission is a choice’: UW System Regents face backlash for excluding faculty, staff from presidential search committeeBy Dana Brandt | Nov. 12, 2019
The nine-person committee selecting UW System President Ray Cross' replacement includes no faculty or staff, breaking decades of precedent and drawing criticism statewide.
UW-Madison settled a lawsuit for $850 thousand Wednesday after a UW Lifesaving Station boat killed Yu Chen while he was windsurfing on Lake Mendota in 2017.
UW-Madison announced pay increases Tuesday for all teaching assistants, project assistants and lecture-student assistants in the 2020-21 school year.
The average graduation time for UW-Madison’s 2018-’19 graduating class was 3.96 years, the first time the number has dropped under four years since the university started tracking the measure.
What Would You Do?: Diversity Forum keynote speaker John Quiñones advocates for empathy even when no one’s watchingBy Dana Brandt | Nov. 5, 2019
Host of hidden camera show “What Would You Do?” John Quiñones gave the keynote address at UW-Madison’s 2019 Diversity Forum Tuesday, sharing his journey as a TV reporter and encouraging everyone to be active bystanders.
UW-Madison Housing and Dining implemented a new autonomous food delivery system on campus last week — robots.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers are set to introduce a bill similar to California’s “Fair Pay to Play” that would allow college athletes to profit from their status starting in 2023.