UW-Madison Campus

UW grants more doctorates in 2017 than any other US institution

UW, with 844 doctorates, came in first, University of California-Berkeley University of Texas, Austin, were runner-ups

State of Wisconsin

Evers first budget decriminalizes marijuana, increases minimum wage, expands Medicaid

The $83.4 billion proposal also establishes a nonpartisan redistricting process, continues UW System tuition freeze

City of Madison

Four more chemicals found in Madison’s water, no improvements on other chemical levels

Studies have indicated at least two PFASs are related to low infant birth weights, cancer

UW-Madison Campus

In an attempt to bridge political divide, Millennial Action Project focuses on finding cooperation across party lines

MAP will be hosting its first event March 6, focusing on student debt, financing higher education

State of Wisconsin

As prescriptions decrease, opioid overdoses continue to increase

916 deaths were attributed to opiates in 2017

State of Wisconsin

Evers’ executive budget proposal to continue tuition freeze

Under Evers' proposal, tuition freeze would continue for two years, UW System would receive additional $150 million

State of Wisconsin

Evers proposes allocating $28 million for women’s healthcare in biennial budget

Budget would be directed towards infant mortality reduction, restoring eligibility to Planned Parenthood

UW-Madison Campus

Fifty years after Black Student Strike, students still grapple with racial divide

Both former, current black students say university has not changed enough since the 1960's

State of Wisconsin

Prevailing partisanship, citizen concerns fester ahead of state budget proposal

Education, environmental concerns rank high

State of Wisconsin

In honor of President’s Day, a look at the story of Madison’s namesake

Named after our nation's fourth president, Madison was declared the state's capital in 1836