Didn’t we just have an election? Well another one — for some state and local offices — is Tuesday, Feb. 21. Here’s all you need to know for how you can vote, and a look at what will be on your ballot.
A generous match has been completed, resulting in $100 million being raised to generate about $4.5 million in annual scholarships. In June 2015, Nancy Nicholas and Albert “Ab” Nicholas pledged a $50 million matching gift to get it started.
From the southside of Milwaukee to the United Kingdom. It’s been quite a trip for Deshawn McKinney, a well-known and active student who has won a Marshall Scholarship to study in the U.K.
Get to know some international students on campus. Take advantage of study abroad. That’s what Brian Drout did at UW, building a “global network.” Now he’s won a Schwarzman Scholarship for a year of study in China.
The Division of Recreational Sports has announced a delay in the completion of the Near West Playfield upgrade project. The completion was estimated to be the week of Thanksgiving, but now will finish in the spring.
Following World War II, African American athletes joined UW teams in larger numbers, and for decades, they were the most visible minority students on campus. But they often faced obstacles and discrimination.
Like many college campuses nationwide, UW-Madison has seen an increase in harassing and uncivil behavior based on race, ethnicity, presumed national origin and political affiliation. Remember: Treat others with respect and decency.