In balancing Madison’s future development, the city’s finance committee recommended a number of projects Monday night.
With less than four months until Wisconsin’s presidential primaries, groups are pushing state lawmakers to change student voter identification laws.
University Health Services has grappled with a growing mental health problem derived from decreased stigma and increased symptomatology — despite consistently high rankings from the Princeton Review.
A tenured UW-Madison professor will be removed from teaching duties for alleged “toxic” lab environment.
Members of the Legislative Affairs Committee met Monday night in part to discuss the upcoming student council vote on campus free speech.
Alliant Energy announced a plan today to bring 1,000 megawatts of solar energy to Wisconsin by 2023 — enough to power approximately 260,000 homes, according to the company.
The Student Inclusion Coalition gathered Friday in front of Bascom Hall with campus members in support of the group’s list of demands to the university.
The Student Inclusion Coalition of UW published a video yesterday evening titled “Home is where WI aren’t,” highlighting the experiences of underrepresented groups on campus.
Early this morning the university became aware of posters displayed around campus with seemingly exclusionary messaging of students of color.
Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul win the power to act without legislative approval despite Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Leader Scott Fitzgerald’s success in appealing the injunction placed on lame duck session legislations.