The practice of considering criminal records is quite common among UW-Madison’s peer institutions, with 12 out of the 13 other Big Ten schools receiving information about applicants’ criminal hist
Recruiting and retaining faculty and students of color are some of the main goals Ngondi Kamatuka has set for himself as the School of Education's new director for diversity and equity initiatives
UNC students Dean Tran and Harvey Liu walk back to campus holding bags of Powerade after not finding water on Franklin Street.
UPDATE (6:44 p.m. Friday): All dining halls will be closed t
The USAC Facilities Commission and ASUCLA added five solar umbrellas with charging stations on Kerckhoff patio Wednesday.
Students can now charge their cell phones at outdoor charging sta
Then-senior guard Michelle Wu leaps over a Thomas More defender to score a three-pointer in the NCAA Div. III women's basketball championship on April 4, 2016.
The 2016-17 team’s attempt
James Binney was working as a restaurant manager when he realized he wanted to be a professor.
In 1987, he managed Magdalena’s “La Terezza,” restaurant in Wilmington, North Carolina while worki
Mina Huh '20 gets food at Risley's Gluten-free Grand Reopening.
Risley Dining Hall hosted a “Night in the Warm Kitchen” dinner Thursday to celebrate its reopening as a certified 100 percent glu
A gifted student who is poor, of color, or who speaks English as a second language may not have access to the same gifted opportunities as other students.
The UW Robinson Center for Young Sch