U-W Madison says it received more than 90 complaints from students who said they were targeted by bias this past spring. The university said Thursday that 74 incidents were reported in which people felt they were attacked due to their race, gender, or religion. The total incidents were fewer than the 87 reported last fall, but higher than the 66 incidents in the spring and summer of 2016. Graduate students filed more than two thirds of the incident complaints from the previous semester — and whites and Asians made up two thirds of those who reported the bias. Associate dean of students Kevin Helmkamp says the Madison campus has “challenges” about the campus climate that are “important to address.”