Weekly Newsletter

UW-Madison Campus

Students, faculty, alumni come together to celebrate opening of Black Cultural Center

Center hopes to provide cultural enrichment on campus that is 'culturally deprived'

UW-Madison Campus

New Go Big Read looks to prompt discussion on psychological impact of life in poverty

Author J.D. Vance's own experiences growing up in poverty lend to implications behind book

Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball: Hayes cements his legacy in final season

Senior forward Nigel Hayes earns The Badger Herald's Male Athlete of the Semester

Women's Soccer

Women’s soccer: Strong final campaign wraps up historic career for Lavelle

Spring 2016 is Rose Lavelle's second Badger Herald Female Athlete of the Semester recognition

UW-Madison Campus

Student journals come together to provide peers with ‘a well-rounded read’

WUJA creates easy way for publications to exchange ideas, pieces, contacts

City of Madison

The semester that was: Catch up on the biggest news stories from this spring

From divestment to Tony Robinson's record settlement, this spring packed a punch

UW-Madison Campus

Dairy experts hope tasty, healthy, UW invention could ease dairy crisis

'Athlete Treat' is lactose-free, made with cherries, hibiscus, omega 3 acids

UW-Madison Campus

Student researcher uses art and music to understand, teach science of astrobotany

Rasmussen believes integrating artwork into website helps make information more accessible

Herald

Beilstein: A bittersweet goodbye

Senior headlines an impressive graduating class of Herald beat writers

State of Wisconsin

GOP-backed legislation looks to address free speech rights on campus

One Wisconsin Now believes the bill silences student voices

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