A special task force charged with restructuring the University of Wisconsin System met Wednesday to discuss plans to design a new human resource system within the institution.
UW-Madison Chancellor David Ward decided to enter a negotiation period with adidas out of fear that giving the company a 90-day ultimatum to remedy its alleged labor violations would result in the company suing the university, according to Labor Licensing Policy Committee Chair Lydia Zepeda.
UW-Madison Transportation Services is working on an initiative that would discourage students from driving mopeds from class to class throughout the day, officials said Thursday.
Designers and architects hosted a public meeting Thursday to present additions and address public concerns about a heating and cooling facility on the west side of campus.
A Supreme Court decision in October could forbid or significantly alter race as a consideration in college admissions when the court hears an appeal from a white student in Texas who hopes to end "racial preferences" in admissions.
WSUM, UW-Madison's student radio station, will celebrate a decade on the airwaves Wednesday with an anniversary celebration at Union South.
Despite reports from city officials that the implementation of a new voter ID law went smoothly, Tuesday's primary, local judge and county supervisor elections saw low voter turnout.
Rapid response from officers and paramedics saved the life of a student who went into cardiac arrest in the Kohl Center during Saturday's hockey game, according to a UW-Madison Police Department press release.
Hundreds of students and members of the Student Labor Action Coalition protested Chancellor David Ward's decision to enter a mediation period with adidas over allegations that it owes former Indonesian workers $1.8 million in severance pay.
Despite reports the Wisconsin high school boys' and girls' basketball tournaments would be moved to the Resch Center in Green Bay indefinitely starting next year, members of the UW-Madison athletic board said Friday they are still hopeful the tournament will stay in Madison.
UW-Madison announced Thursday university officials are considering creating a College of the Arts.
After being held in Madison for nearly a century, Wisconsin's high school state basketball tournament is moving to the Resch Center in Green Bay starting next spring, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Thursday.
Anyone who tunes in to CBS this Sunday at 7 p.m. will see one of UW-Madison's assistant professors compete alongside his wife for a $1 million prize through a series of physical and mental challenges on the "The Amazing Race."
A public meeting to discuss a $67.5 million project to expand a gas-fired heating and cooling plant on the west side of UW-Madison's campus will take place March 1.
Gov. Scott Walker was seen walking around campus with an overstuffed sack Thursday, around the same time the Abe Lincoln statue and at least five of the university's most illustrious professors disappeared.