Editorial

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: Six issues our next chancellor can’t afford to ignore

As UW prepares to welcome a new chancellor, The Badger Herald Editorial Board outlines key concerns UW's next leader must address to succeed in the job

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Vote yes on referendum for livable UW student employee wages

Student employees face workplace mistreatment, low wages — problems an ASM referendum would take steps toward fixing

Banter

Rec Well grievances: Bench press deficit

Addition of four new bench presses to Nick marks end of 'bench press gate'

UW-Madison Campus

UHS, RecWell request $10 increase per student in segregated fees

Organizations present on previous year's budget, request funding changes

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: UW is falling behind in its support for survivors

Lack of available resources, active counseling leaves students vulnerable

UW-Madison Campus

ASM Shared Governance discusses solutions, reasons for student worker shortage

'Students have had a long 18 months — as we all have — and among those coming back on campus, working just does not seem to be their priority at this point,' UW RecWell director says

The GoFundMe, started by a graduate student, has reached almost one-third of its goal.
UW-Madison Campus

UW Gender & Women’s Studies grad students start GoFundMe to help pay segregated fees

'Nobody should have to choose between living and going to school, particularly because they are employed by the university.' UW graduate student says

UW-Madison Campus

RecWell holds event for new $113.2 million Bakke Recreation & Wellbeing Center

“It will be a space that welcomes the community in, with community events, camps and clinics, and one on one nutritional counseling," Chancellor Rebecca Blank said

UW-Madison Campus

The Nick celebrates its one-year anniversary

The Nick saw 600,000 visits last year, expects to see over one million annually

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Science News

Updated UW COVID-19 policies increase gathering capacities

'Every additional relaxation [of COVID-19 safety protocols] increases the risk of transmission. The numbers have dropped significantly, but we’re not out of the woods yet,' UW professor says

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