Nathan Ng was already in self-quarantine after returning from a spring break trip when UW-Madison told other students to do the same.
When Melrose-Mindoro High School senior Monika Tracey was a kid, she hated going to school, afraid of what would happen if she left her mother alone.
Employees of Western Technical College's Cavalier Cupboard food pantry will distribute nonperishable foods from 10 a.m. to noon March 30, 2 to…
Nursing students at Viterbo University and Western Technical College slated to graduate this spring will be ready to join the workforce despit…
"It’s important to remember: No one person, country, or ethnicity created this pandemic — disease does not discriminate," a university statement said.
The committee hopes to stay on schedule by having virtual interviews instead of in-person.
Student can choose to skip letter grades for most courses, one of several recently announced measures to offer flexibility during the pandemic.
The Wisconsin Nursing Board took steps during an emergency meeting Wednesday to soon add more nurses to hospitals' ranks.
Viterbo donates medical supplies to Mayo
The Department of Public Instruction said Wednesday the closure of schools means "there will be no further state assessments this year."
While in-person appointments have been disrupted due to the coronavirus, the counseling offices at Western Technical College, University of Wi…
The Monroe County Area Retired Educators Association will accept scholarship applications until May 1.
Engel is the current superintendent at G-E-T schools, and will assume his position with La Crosse schools on July 1.
Cramming thousands of students and families into Camp Randall stadium on May 9 is the exact opposite of what health officials are asking in th…
The golden retriever's death was announced by Instagram to his nearly 10,000 followers.
As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to grow in the U.S. and elsewhere, researchers in Madison and around the world are racing to co…
A simple hearing test changed Kyle Scherr’s plans for his first year in high school.
A UW-La Crosse assistant professor in the Political Science and Public Administration Department is making the grade on campus.
The UW-Madison Division of Information Technology frantically worked to convert some 3,700 courses this semester to remote delivery in about 10 days.
The finalist is on the La Crosse School Board's agenda for its meeting on Monday, March 23.
La Crosse’s three universities have postponed spring commencement ceremonies due to the coronavirus-related social distancing requirements.
The annual Match Day tradition, where students stand on stage to learn where they will do their residencies, was scuttled because of the COVID…