Late-night food carts often frequented by UW students may be phased out in the next five years as Madison officials hope to cut down alcohol-related violence downtown. The Madison Police Department, the Economic Development Division and the city attorney's office collaborated on a draft proposal to eliminate food cart sales from designated downtown locations between 9 p.m.
The ASM Student Judiciary followed the precedent set by a similar ruling in the case of The Wisconsin Association of Black Men v. the Student Services Finance Committee on Oct. 19, stating that SSFC’s rules are too vague.
Following four gun-related incidents throughout Madison in the last week, a campus protest of concealed carry on Tuesday and a mass shooting in Las Vegas Oct. 1, legislators and student leaders gathered at the Capitol to voice opposition to a proposed permitless carry bill.
Creating widespread awareness on campus is vital for UW-Madison’s 40,000 students involved in policy issues, Associated Students of Madison members said on Tuesday’s episode of “The State of the University.”
Members of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation were among those who expressed condolences to the 58 people killed and more than 500 injured in the massacre in Las Vegas Sunday.