The UW-Madison Faculty Senate approved several policy changes Monday meant to protect tenured positions from layoffs, termination and displacement in a way that gives more power to faculty members.
When did we start giving up on traditional news media? Is it because of the rise of social media? I have been spending a lot of time trying to answer these two questions since they were asked in a journalism class a few years ago. Whatever the answer, a suggestion I would make is traditional media should provide more diverse aspects for readers if they want to survive in the future.
Isabel Suppé detailed her experience falling 1,100 feet from the side of a mountain in July 2010 to University of Wisconsin-Madison students and community members Tuesday.
Employees should never be forced to choose between their employment and the health of themselves or their family. Unfortunately, this is exactly what many without paid sick leave must do. ' ¦
The ongoing debate surrounding the Madison Metropolitan School District Board's Oct. 8 decision mandating that an instrumental version of the national anthem be played in schools has reflected poorly on ' ¦