After demonstrators against racial injustice toppled the “Forward” and Hans Christian Heg statues last Tuesday at Capitol Square, community members have grappled with whether the art should be restored or replaced entirely.
The destruction of the Hans Christian Heg statue on the Capital Square in Madison troubles me deeply. His life serves as monument to what our …
McNeill described whiteness as “normalized," meaning that “if you're not white, you’re not in the norm.”
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John Sharpless ran for Congress twice, encouraged students to do the same and has kept up his syllabus with the times.
Bystander intervention has long been a strategy to prevent sexual assault, and has recently spread to efforts aimed at preventing other behaviors, such as alcohol abuse.
Some who reviewed the curriculum for the Our Wisconsin program are skeptical that it will succeed in its goal of creating a more inclusive UW-Madison.
I don't hold a brief for former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser, but I found Rep. Lisa Subeck's Monday letter "Justice Prosser i…
Republican Scott Krug says ignoring water quality and quantity problems in his central Wisconsin Assembly district would be ‘political suicide.’
A spokesman said the resolution is not meant as a response to Rebecca Blank's message or the debate it prompted, but it addresses some of the points brought up in that conversation.
UW administrators' statement is hopelessly vague
UW-Madison professors Donald Downs and John Sharpless find themselves aligning with liberal colleagues on the controversial budget write-in.
UW-Madison’s John Sharpless says it is conservatives on campus who most often are under fire for their views, speech.
The right wants to wipe out progressivism, return to the age of ‘robber barons,’ says Madison historian Allen Ruff.
If there’s one phrase that explains U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin’s win Tuesday in Wisconsin’s Senate race, it could be this: “Tommy. He’s not for you anymore.”
The real fight for the open 2nd Congressional District seat is likely coming down to the two front-runners for the Democratic nomination: state Rep. Mark Pocan and state Rep. Kelda Helen Roys.
Members of the UW-Madison Faculty Senate had many questions for members of the human resources redesign team following a presentation Monday.
The Union Terrace is scheduled to get a makeover next year, prompting an outcry from some Memorial Union users who worry that spectacular lake views from one of Madison’s signature spots will be obscured. At issue is a planned expansion to the north of the Union Theater.