Director of Dining and Culinary Services Peter Testory, who made the decision to pursue a new coffee vendor, hopes the new partnership with Steep & Brew will strengthen the university’s relationship with the surrounding community. It will also help to reduce the dining services’ environmental impact.
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On Aug. 1, Steep & Brew will replace Starbucks in campus dining halls.
Five years ago, recent UW-Madison graduate Kristian Iliev was sitting in his high school English teacher’s homeroom. On the other side of the room rested an acoustic guitar that seemed to call out to him. On a whim, Iliev picked up the guitar and began working on a simple chord progression that would eventually become the foundation for his song, “Mrs. Supernova.”When it came time for lyrics, Iliev said the rugged progression needed something equally as raunchy. Inspired by the quirky lyrics of ZZ Top, the track was one of the first pieces put out by The Racing Pulses.
I found First Wave long before I saw my senior graduation. Halfway across the country, there was a piece of the world that seemed almost fitting.
Movie-going experiences are abundant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. For generations, students, staff and community members have had the opportunity to enjoy “Big Screen” entertainment.
One of Hari Kondabolu’s earliest live stand-up comedy shows was at the UW-Madison, where he made a baby cry.
In the third episode of Rock With the Flock, The Daily Cardinal arts staff discusses the latest music, upcoming albums and what the biggest summer song will be.
Do we ever see the world precisely as it is, or does everything we know differ due to our individual perceptions?A loose adaptation of German playwright Carl Sternheim’s “Die Hose,” University Theatre's “The Underpants,” is running in Mitchell Theatre on UW-Madison campus from April 13 to April 30.
Conor Oberst, the mascaraed Bright Eyes frontman, has a verse on his new album, Ruminations, about life under Ronald Reagan.
Serial, the breakout podcast about a murder mystery involving high school sweethearts, fundamentally changed the burgeoning podcast industry.
Right next to the Center for Limnology, where the Lakeshore Path begins, there is a stone with a plaque on it.
The student-run Undergraduate Theatre Association presented its production of “Songs for a New World,” written by Jason Robert Brown, April 6- 9.
Danny Brown has come to be known as one of hip-hop’s most eccentric figures. When I first heard him, I (like countless others upon first listening) was skeptical about his music—all because of his nasally, high-pitched voice.
For Reza Aslan, an award-winning religious scholar, author and producer, the rise of xenophobia and fear of Islamic terrorism in the United States isn’t a Muslim problem, it’s an American problem.
Throughout this 2016-17 campaign, the Badgers have often been plagued by defensive zone mishaps that have turned into uncontested goals for their opponents.
Brotherton signs contract with Sunderland AFC, could become first Badger to play in English Premier League
Feb. 1, 2017 will go down as a bittersweet day in the history of Wisconsin men’s soccer, as sophomore defender and team captain Sam Brotherton signed a contract with Sunderland AFC of the English Premier League (EPL) until 2019.After a stellar college career that included 33 starts, three goals and an All-Big Ten second team selection in 2016, Brotherton will jet off to England this Saturday to join Sunderland’s under-23 squad.“I'm really excited about the opportunity at Sunderland, and think it is going to be great for my development as a football player,” Brotherton said.
Newly-minted with a No. 20 ranking to conclude the regular season, the Badgers have earned the No. 3-overall seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament.The high seeding is a culmination of Wisconsin’s uptick in performance, in sharp contrast to last year’s No. 7 seed.
Sam Brotherton's career at Wisconsin is over, but he is shipping off to one of the best soccer leagues in the world.
The Wisconsin men’s soccer team (3-2-1 Big Ten, 7-3-2 overall) lost 3-2 to the No. 1-ranked Maryland Terrapins (6-0-1, 11-0-2) Friday night, marking an unfortunate end to a stellar performance from the Badgers in College Park.The game was an exciting and fast-paced attacking affair, as both teams saw plenty of good chances and both goalkeepers were forced into at least five saves apiece.Maryland opened the game well, as senior defender Alex Crognale’s header found the back on the net inside the 12th minute of the game for the Terps.The rest of the first half was a scrappy, physical affair as the two teams combined for 18 fouls, with neither being able to score and Wisconsin defenders Alex Masbrusch and Elan Koenig receiving yellow cards.The Badgers finally leveled the score in the 64th minute, with sophomore defender Sam Brotherton scoring following the set-piece delivery of junior midfielder Christopher Mueller.
Wisconsin men’s soccer defender, Sam Brotherton, earned his seventh cap for the New Zealand national team Tuesday night, playing 32 minutes against the United States in a tightly contested 1-1 draw.The impressive result for the All Whites came just three days after they held strong against a highly touted Mexico team.