Campus community members impacted by anti-Asian hate crimes voice their opinions in the emergency meeting
Hundreds of people turned out to support the unveiling of the Divine Nine Garden Plaza
A 14-year-old male was arrested Tuesday on charges of first-degree intentional homicide of ten-year-old Iliana Peters.
University of Wisconsin-Madison's “Gay Purge” Public History Project examines the university's dark history of institutionalized attacks on gay students.
‘Busting down the cardboard’: Next year’s senior class officers aim to drive engagement, foster new connections on campusBy Claire LaLiberte | Apr. 14
Liam McLean and Margo Wyatt, newly-elected senior officers for the Class of 2023, have ambitious plans intended to improve campus culture and help Badgers find professional success.
With a student population approaching 50,000 students, the University of Wisconsin-Madison enrolled just 112 Indigenous students this academic year, raising questions about exclusionary systems and practices in higher education institutions.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s appointment as Northwestern University’s next president has prompted a collaborative analysis of her tenure on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Refusing to water down her rhetoric, Nikole Hannah-Jones carried on the civil rights leader’s quest for justice and education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s MLK Symposium event.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Indigenous student organization marked Indigenous Peoples' Day with an intertribal powwow.