Student activists gathered outside Engineering Hall Monday to protest recent alleged police violence and the presence of weapon manufacturers at a campus career fair.
Regents’ authorization of Shell replacement leaves some student athletes worried about practice spaceBy Mia Salbego | Feb. 12
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents authorized a reconstruction project for the Camp Randall Sports Center Thursday which would turn the former workout facility into an indoor football training center.
UWPD launched the safety resource app in August before campus welcomed back new and returning Badgers for the fall semester.
Jill Karofsky campaigns for Protasiewicz, says conservative justices responsible for ‘rigged’ maps in UW-Madison visitBy Mia Salbego | Apr. 4
Karofsky urged students to vote in Wisconsin’s high-stakes Supreme Court election during a visit to the UW-Madison College Democrats office Monday.
The governor's budget, which included priorities to boost school funding and introduce tax cuts, garnered mixed responses from Republicans.
Democrats held on to key seats despite Republican gains, preventing a GOP supermajority that would have allowed Republicans to pass bills without Gov. Tony Evers’ input.
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State Rep. Francesca Hong wants her UW-Madison constituents to know their voices matter in public policy and elections — no matter their experience level.