UW-Madison Campus

UW suspends Kappa Sigma after falling television nearly crushes woman at party

Suspension comes two days after Kappa Sigma national office terminates UW charter of chapter

UW-Madison Campus

Thousands of UW students graduate in cloudy but rainless afternoon at Camp Randall

Broadcast journalist David Muir was keynote speaker, encouraged young graduates to embrace fears

UW-Madison Campus

UW announces Badger Ready program to help nontraditional students, veterans earn their degrees

University anticipates enrollment of 20-30 people for pilot year

UW-Madison Campus

UW student organization pushes for more AEDs in campus dining halls, residence halls

Out of 219 total AEDs installed at UW, only two are in residence halls


Varsity Band concert back for 44th year, celebrates Camp Randall’s Centennial

Spring event pairs tradition, modern spectacular for marvelous performance

City of Madison

On the issues: What Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell has planned out

Mitchell, a firefighter and union head, believes he is perfectly fit to be governor

UW-Madison Campus

Atheists debate Catholics on charity, human rights in annual debate

Although sides mostly disagreed, both concluded wealth should be used as tool to help impoverished


Start celebrating Earth Day early — environmentally conscious choices for college students

UW provides workshops, cleanups, other opportunities to celebrate planet

UW-Madison Campus

UW professor discusses perceived American decline, potential for war with China

Alfred McCoy, expert on Southeast Asian History, states U.S. must improve academics in to surpass China in innovation


Point Counterpoint: Lasting solutions and student liberty, why conservative student debt measures make most sense

Conservative strategies to reduce student debt must be embraced, as past strategies have only accentuated problem