The final approved budget includes additional funding for the John Nolen Drive reconstruction project, bike path extensions and vehicles for the city's Community Alternative Response Emergency Services (CARES) program.
UW-Madison unveils plans to relocate Zoe Bayliss cooperative to Phillips Residence Hall despite leadership and resident concernsBy Kodie Engst | Apr. 17, 2022
With the construction of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s new Levy Hall set to begin in 2023, the future of the Zoe Bayliss Women’s Cooperative remains unclear.
Planted in the summer of 2021, the Wunk Sheek community garden is a critical component of the indigenous student organization’s programming at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Last week, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank described her hope and concerns with several bills passed by the Wisconsin State Legislature.
American activist and whistleblower Chelsea Manning spoke about government, technology and transparency in a lecture hosted by the Wisconsin Union Directorate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Thursday night.
With the spring semester now underway, UW-Madison’s COVID-19 protocol has been met with praise and concern from students, faculty and staff.
The official search for the next Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison began with the announcement of the Search and Screen Committee on Thursday.
With 22% of UW-Madison students living on-campus, over eight thousand students can pay thousands of dollars each to live in residence halls across campus.