The Madison Police Department released details Wednesday of the high cost and increased number of arrests at last year’s Mifflin Street Block Party.
Sitting in the waiting room of the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital, it is easy to see the care and attention that is paid to the patients at this facility. Even with the excited barking of dogs, insistent shushing of the owners and general chaos of the clinic, all the employees seem genuinely happy to help owners as they come in to pick up medication or bring a pet in for an appointment. It is this love for animals and sense of value for a pet’s life that make veterinary clinics like this necessary, and animal blood banks all the more crucial.
In a moment of fear, the flight or fight response is instinctual. A small cluster of cells buried deep in the brain called the amygdala is known to be responsible for this basic response. Beyond this, the amygdala is involved more broadly in the processing of memory and emotional reactions.
Organizers of “Revelry,” the new end-of-the-year campus celebration, announced Friday the event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 4.
The Vatican surprised Catholics around the world, including those at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, when it announced Monday that Pope Benedict XVI would resign at the end February 2013, the first time an active pope has resigned since 1415.
Two inventions that incorporate Wisconsin’s well-known pastimes of hunting and fishing won the top awards Friday at a University of Wisconsin-Madison invention contest for undergraduates.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Interim Chancellor David Ward released a statement Thursday updating campus groups about the university’s involvement with Palermo’s in light of a new report that claims the pizza company violated UW-Madison’s codes of conduct.
A recent study of Facebook, conducted in part by a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor, suggests users unconsciously check their own profiles to boost their ego when feeling negatively about themselves.
Many college students read science journal articles as a requisite for class and directed studies toward understanding experimental details. However, more often than not, most research endeavors involve a narrative about collaboration across several disciplines leading up to the discoveries published in journals.
University of Wisconsin-Madison’s annual Innovation Days will bring together 21 UW-Madison students to show off their creativity and inventions in a competition for the chance to win more than $28,000 in prizes.
Students can rest easy knowing they will not have to pay more for season tickets to their favorite sporting events next year after University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Director Barry Alvarez released a letter Wednesday saying prices for football, men’s basketball and men’s hockey student season tickets will not increase for the 2013-2014 seasons.
The University of Wisconsin System awarded UW-Madison professor Douglass Henderson the Regents’ Diversity Award Wednesday for his work to improve minority students’ academic experience.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison could receive over $55 million in cuts to research funding and student aid resources if Congress fails to reach a consensus on the fiscal cliff, according to a letter sent to Sen. Herb Kohl by UW System President Kevin Reilly and UW System chancellors.
Imagine holding a state-of-the-art research laboratory in the palm of your hand. The device can go anywhere you go, and nearly anyone can operate it. What would you do with it?
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Faculty Senate approved a resolution in support of the Human Resources redesign project Monday amidst debate over an amendment to give more power to shared governance bodies affected by the plan.