The sound of rustling papers, bits of conversation and movement on the Assembly floor began to settle as a voice spoke into the microphone, thanking his audience for their attention.
Wisconsin State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor told hundreds of people gathered in the Capitol’s rotunda she is “more energized than ever to make a difference,” during her first State of Education address.
After months of preparation, students share competition success and reflect on the importance of poetry on campus.
A UW-Madison student brought attention via Twitter to a second sticker from the white nationalist group Hundred-Handers, garnering a response from students and faculty Tuesday. UW-Madison freshman Dianna Murray tweeted a photo of the sticker which read “Mass immigration is white genocide,” along with a photo of a Daily Cardinal article reporting on the first sticker that was found.
Jim Goodman was a dairy farmer for more than 40 years. He retired in the summer of 2018, labeling the work an “economic suicide.”
The Wisconsin Black Student Union and the Wisconsin Association for Black Men will host a weekend of competitive team sports in order to engage various student groups with the outdoors. The event, called Wisco-lympics, will consist of two days of outdoor activities including basketball and volleyball tournaments. The games will take place at the Lakeshore basketball courts on April 20 and the Sellery courts on April 21.
"There is no better thing to talk about this week than Marsy's Law," Todd Novak, R-Dodgeville, said during a National Crime Victims’ Rights week press conference in the Senate Chambers Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Union Directorate Society and Politics Committee hosted a roundtable discussion to address campus safety initiatives Wednesday evening. UW-Madison Police Department Chief of Police Kristen Roman discussed with students at Memorial Union various safety topics both on- and off-campus.
UW Credit Union will roll out a new brand strategy informed by Madison consumer research to focus on retaining members beyond their college years, according to its chief marketing officer. The rebranding will include a new logo, new marketing headlines, and a brand position that more accurately reflects UW Credit Union members.