For the first time, the UW-Madison School of Business was ranked within the top 25 business schools in the country by Bloomberg Businessweek, a magazine that has been ranking top undergraduate business schools each year since 2006.
A city design commission granted final approval Wednesday for a proposed five-story apartment building, although a university planning official said it conflicts with future campus expansion plans.
The Memorial Union Theatre was abuzz Wednesday night as world-renowned poet Nikki Giovanni spoke about her experiences as a writer, educator and lifelong activist.
The Associated Students of Madison repealed legislation Wednesday passed by its Diversity Committee that alleged its finance committee and judiciary were prejudiced in denying a multicultural student group funding.
Student government decided against putting a new Associated Students of Madison constitution up for a vote Wednesday.
College students who black out from drinking alcohol can cost large universities roughly a half-million dollars per year in emergency room visits, according to research conducted by two members of UW-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health.
A UW-Madison student organization dedicated to uniting students interested in filmmaking and helping them prepare for careers in the entertainment industry will screen its original, student-produced film, “The Plunge”, this weekend.
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.