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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

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As students we must do our part to stay safe

As we’re sure you are probably and hopefully aware, in the past few weeks, the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and its surrounding community has seen an increase in strong-armed robberies taking place in off-campus housing where university students live. Suspects are robbing people at random, often threatening the victims with a weapon.


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Police charging bicyclists for traffic offenses

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department is coordinating stricter patrols of campus-area intersections with the city’s Transportation Enforcement Safety Team to crack down on traffic violations and safety hazards at busy crosswalks, according to UWPD spokesperson Marc Lovicott.


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Letter To The Editor: Shared Governance offers shot to change university

Last week, The Daily Cardinal issued a call to action in response to potential changes to Shared Governance at UW. As a student representative on several Shared Governance committees, and the Chair of the ASM this year, it is my responsibility to ensure students continue to have the opportunity to enrich our great University, and leave a legacy on campus. Shared Governance has a winning track record for its victories on campus. To defend this principle, we must keep winning the race.


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UW-Madison partners with White House for materials development project

The White House named the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a partner institution Monday in its Materials Genome Initiative for Global Competitiveness, an effort to maximize the speed with which the nation discovers, develops and produces new material resources that can solve problems in areas ranging from energy and national security to human health and wellness.


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Biennial budget to move on to Gov. Scott Walker

The state Senate passed the biennial budget by one vote early Friday morning—which includes a provision that would force the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism off the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus—and moves the budget on to Gov. Scott Walker for final consideration.


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