Letter to the Editor

In wake of Alec Cook sentencing, it’s time to address incompetent policing

For survivors seeking justice, inept and lazy policing serves as barrier

Editorial

Cook plea, sentencing crucial to revolutionizing sexual assault protocol on campus

Recent legal actions have opportunity to create new precedent for punishing sexual assault perpetrators

UW-Madison Campus

Cook pleads guilty to five felony counts, forced to register as sex offender

Cook could face maximum of 39 years, 6 months in prison, $95,000 fine

UW-Madison Campus

First three of six trials against Cook scheduled for early 2018

Cook attorneys will seek out juries in other counties

City of Madison

State adds 2 new felony charges to Cook case

Updated criminal complaint includes incident dating back to 2014

City of Madison

Cook to be released on reduced $100,000 cash bail

UW student will not be permitted in Dane County, except for hearings

City of Madison

Cook faces six new charges against five new women

Cook now faces 21 counts of varying charges against 10 women

City of Madison

Didn’t read the news this semester? We recapped it all for you

Fall semester that was: From the election to sexual assault arrests, this semester has been historic

Column

What UW can learn from its students after a never-ending semester of protests

Administration shows potential to grow but still lacks foresight when under pressure

City of Madison

Cook’s attorneys file motion to replace $200,000 bail with signature bond

Van Wagner, Nicholson argue client's full cooperation with investigation does merits bail leniency