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The UW–Madison campus and its football tailgating traditions will be showcased Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29 and 30, during two mornings of live broadcasts on Headline News (HLN).
UW-Madison released the following statement on Sept. 20 in response to questions about the an unaffiliated student-produced clothing line. “UW-Madison strives to provide a welcoming …
“(My parents) urged my oldest sister to go to college, and she became the role model for the rest of us,” Rosee Xiong says. “And now I’m hoping I can be a role model for other minority students and for my younger siblings.”
A welcome celebration called “Kick Back” brought together students involved in various UW–Madison diversity programs, to have fun and build interpersonal connections.
Associate Justice Elena Kagan of the U.S. Supreme Court shares insights on her life in the law Friday at the Memorial Union’s Shannon Hall.
No student on our campus should have to deal with sexual assault. We have worked hard to develop a set of policies and practices that serve our students well.
Kyree Brooks, a first-year graduate student at UW–Madison, sought to use his platform as a student leader to improve race relations in his undergraduate years at UW-Whitewater.
UW-Madison will be hosting its annual Fall Public Service Fair from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 11 from 3 to 6 p.m. in Varsity Hall …
We urge the administration and our congressional representatives to find a balanced approach that does not jeopardize the ability of our students to pursue their dreams and does not run counter to the core principles that our nation has held since its founding.
“Internships have become increasingly important for students as a way to enhance their workplace-applied skills.”
Students dance to a concert by rapper G-Eazy as he performs on the main stage outside the Memorial Union in 2014. Photo: …
In her welcome back message, UW–Madison Dean of Students Lori Berquam encourages students to try on some new hats during their college careers.
A new program allows first-year international students to arrive several weeks ahead of the fall semester and take an academic reading and writing class for non-native English speakers.
Leckrone served as “band mom” to thousands of marching band students with care, dedication and support.
This summer, there are approximately 622 UW–Madison students studying abroad through International Academic Programs, up more than 19 percent compared to 2016. The students are scattered across the world, in 48 different countries.