Updated guidelines for mask-wearing and physical distancing are among the changes that UW-Madison has made as community members continue to get vaccinated.
The student government passed legislation in support of Indigenous people at UW-Madison, demanding the elimination of specific student fees and refining their COVID-19 Student Relief Fund.
The student government passed legislation benefiting student aid efforts and clarifying student government bylaws at their meeting on Tuesday.
As the pandemic threatens many with financial hardship, the UW program offers veterinary services to those unable to pay for standard care.
UW-Madison’s student government unanimously passed legislation on Tuesday in favor of the Teaching Assistant’s Association, a Tribal Liaison for ASM, funding questions surrounding the COVID-19 Relief Fund and transgender athletes on campus.
The incoming program will be the first in the country to focus on psychoactive pharmaceutical investigation.
Library Mall, positioned between Memorial Library, State Street Mall, the Wisconsin Historical Society and Langdon Street, has been a space for students to study outside, hang out and do yoga.
The student governance body voted unanimously to endorse three new pieces of legislation at their meeting Tuesday.
Panelists joined a Badgers for Special Olympics discussion regarding inclusion of students with disabilities on the UW-Madison campus.
New legislation from ASM denounces xenophobic and transphobic groups, supports COVID-19 vaccine effortsBy Anthony Trombi | Feb. 25
The student governance body discussed measures denouncing violence towards Asian Pacific Islander Desi American students, evaluating budgets and supporting UW’s COVID-19 vaccine efforts.