The Midwifery program has been practicing for over three years. SSM officials originally pointed to birth rate trends as a motivation for ending the program.
UW-Madison announces $175 million commitment for new School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences buildingBy Sam Tuch | Sep. 22
The building, which will be finished in 2024, is being funded entirely through private donations.
A group of students jumped on top of a car and smashed in its windshield, causing thousands of dollars in property damage.
Graduate programs in education and law improved while engineering, medicine and business all dropped.
The Wisconsin State Legislature failed to place Black History Month Resolution on the session calendar, while a resolution honoring commentator Rush Limbaugh passed with a Republican majority in both chambers.
Nurses at UnityPoint-Meriter are asking for a new contract that would correct lost overtime pay due to the pandemic, and increase nurses involvement in decision making at the hospital.
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Madison gave out fifty $500 stipend payments to those in need, and plans to give out more when funds are available.
Biden outlined his almost $2 trillion plan to vaccinate every American by the end of July to voters among other issues.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison facility is now the 44th National Historic Landmark in Wisconsin.