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The Daily Cardinal welcomes new students to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and launches a new program to support student journalists.
Segregated fees, housing expenses and out-of-state undergraduate tuition rates for UW-Madison students will also see a slight increase ahead of the fall 2023 semester.
Former University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank, who led the university for nine years, died Friday evening at age 67.
The inaugural Arthurfest blew away expectations and raised the bar for Madison DIY music.
Fugazi’s latest — and let’s face it, probably last — album brought alternative rock to new heights when it was released in 2001, and nothing has come close to surpassing it.
Students expressed concerns to ASM on Wednesday about the potential negative impact of the construction of Levy Hall on nearby communal spaces.
The team reports back on their favorite movies, music and more from the year.
Recreational cannabis use is illegal in the state of Wisconsin and punishable by up to six months in prison.
Cardinal reporter Ian Wilder is photographed inside the University of Wisconsin-Madison carillon tower while interviewing University Carillonneur Lyle Anderson.
The Daily Cardinal Features Editor Ellie Bourdo interviews Wisconsin state Rep. Melissa Ratcliff during Vice President Kamala Harris' visit to Pleasant Prairie, Wis., on August 3, 2023.
Protesters stand in front of Bascom Hall on May 4, 2023, during a demonstration against the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s response to a racist video which circulated online Monday.
Protesters march next to Bascom Hall on May 4, 2023, during a demonstration against the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s response to a racist video which circulated online Monday.