Column

UW journalism school is finally modernizing its curriculum

I started reporting this column as a pissed off journalism student. It’s not that I’m ungrateful for the wonderful classes and professors I’ve had

City of Madison

MPD officer who shot Robinson part of officer-involved shooting in 2007

The Madison police officer who shot 19-year-old Tony Robinson was part of an officer-involved shooting in 2007, Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval said in

State of Wisconsin

Republicans slam Blank for ‘bringing Washington politics to Madison’

The co-chairs of the state Legislature’s budget committee slammed University of Wisconsin Chancellor Rebecca Blank Wednesday for “bringing Washington politics to Madison.” Blank has

Football

Badgers fans, players shocked on social media as Andersen leaves for Oregon State

City of Madison

UW campus voted more Republican in 2014 than recent years

When U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, entered a packed University of Wisconsin lecture hall to address the UW College Republicans in September, he called

State of Wisconsin

How Scott Walker won his third governor’s race in four years

It was a neck-and-neck race for several polls, but Tuesday’s midterm elections left Wisconsin Democrats devastated, once again unable to defeat Gov. Scott Walker.

State of Wisconsin

Top GOP lawmaker calls UW System budget request ‘tough ask’

City of Madison

Transcript: Interview with UW’s Rebecca Blank and Lori Berquam

The Badger Herald and The Daily Cardinal last week interviewed University of Wisconsin Chancellor Rebecca Blank and Dean of Students Lori Berquam on a

State of Wisconsin

Pocan: Walker’s tuition freeze ‘lipstick on the pig’

U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Madison, says the governor’s arguments that he has helped college students with a tuition freeze is “putting lipstick on the

State of Wisconsin

Ron Johnson: Congress approval ratings ‘still too high’

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., railed against the federal government in a talk with University of Wisconsin students Tuesday, saying Congress’ roughly 15 percent