Though he usually puts in long hours as Revelry Music and Arts Festival’s executive director, University of Wisconsin-Madison sophomore Josh Levin occasionally gets a break. Earlier this month, for instance, he had what he described as a “light week” consisting of 13 hour-long meetings.
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Set times and locations for acts performing in the Revelry Music and Arts Festival at the University of Wisconsin-Madison were announced Wednesday via the festival’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
The exterior is painted in an array of pastels—rose, sky blue, sea foam green—and one window facing Dickinson Street reads in paint, “Evolution Arts Collective.” Inside, a series of white-walled rooms adorned with art leads to a back-room studio floored with concrete, housing a kind of scaffolding.
About 20 food carts will be relocated off State Street starting May 19 through October 31 due to construction, the university said Tuesday.
Sam Sklar is a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and keeps busy as a Strategic Communications, Spanish, Italian and International Studies major. This semester kicked off Sam’s debut as one of UW-Madison’s Style Gurus, covering the column Style Advice of the Week. To learn more about this Fashionista’s personal style and fashion pointers, read my Q&A with her and check out her articles at CollegeFashionista.com.
After over a five-month search process, Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced via Twitter Thursday the new provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs.
“I will speak now,” the Spring Offensive declares over reggae grooves and chiming guitars on their debut full-length album, Young Animal Hearts. After five years of blistering performances and staggering singles, the Oxford, England indie rockers are given time to speak here. Eleven songs make up Young Animal Hearts, 11 songs were collected over the years and make up something more akin to a greatest hits than simply a debut album.
The recently released lineup for the Revelry Music and Arts Festival has received mixed reactions from students and festival organizers.
The 2014 Revelry Music and Arts Festival staff announced the initial spring concert lineup Friday morning on the event’s Facebook page.
A University of Wisconsin-Madison Faculty Senate working group presented a draft outlining changes to a research and graduate school position at a committee meeting Monday, recommending a division between the two roles.
Books and literature have never been just about entertainment. To say that one merely reads “for fun” would be nothing short of the kind of travesty only previously seen when someone fell asleep during Star Wars. Just so you know, they never find the bodies.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students could see a new home for the second annual Revelry Music and Arts Festival, as current proposals place the event on Langdon Street, with one stage situated alongside Lake Mendota.
forget weak knees, forget freckles on cheeks. forget a season of flower crowns where no one was royal & nothing was really real. forget the way you couldn’t understand physics (how the sun could be such a big zero in the nothingscape July) or biology (if you never kissed his neck again would he still sweat salt like stored-up tears?) forget the soreness of knowing you’re wrong but being too sorry to say it aloud. you don’t own the rights to any of these wrecking-ball realizations these days, so forget the way you used to pretend every mirror went two ways & that someone cared enough to look through. forget the way the pew forced your tiny bird bones into an unnatural shape & the way you whistled those lies through your larynx before your mom sat you down and told you that no one needed to pretend anymore. forget the disaster bag you had packed under your bed before the morning you realized there’s no warding off the cerebral catastrophes brewing in your brainwaves. forget the limitless length of time it took you to understand that you were dying a series of tiny deaths for nothing & no one. forget absolution in the face of obvious puppet strings predetermining everybody’s every move forever. forget your boarded-up bedroom window for making it impossible to get out of bed. it’s ok to say fuck, you know, if it makes you feel prettier than pink lips ever did. forget the way the corners of your mouth contort when you’re about to cave. forget the anti-explorative notions of anchors & the way they keep you pressed to worn polyester attitudes of a city you want to quit.
A reception will be held for Madison artist Linda Mathis-Rose celebrating her featured exhibit, “One (African) Awareness” this Wednesday at the Madison Municipal Building lobby.
The Western Martial Arts Society has withdrawn from the General Student Service Fund for the remainder of this fiscal year and has surrendered its funding for the next fiscal year, according to Student Services Finance Committee Chair David Vines.
The world of movies and theater lost a vital force yesterday with the passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman, at the age of 46.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Union Council met Thursday and approved the budget for the fiscal year 2015, which mainly consisted of Memorial Union renovation costs.
It’s that time of the year again when fresh beginnings and ambitious ideas are in full swing as the spring semester kicks off in tandem with the new year. Those subpar final exam grades and end-of-semester sweatpants days have happily become things of the past, and if you’re at all like me, the to-do lists of 2014 have left little room for slacking off and shmucking around: It’s time to merge onto the fast track of success.
Snippets of songs and suggestions filled the warm air of the top floors in Lathrop Hall as the First Wave students rehearsed interpretations of their Physics in the Arts material using movement and sound to morph academics into contemporary art. While one may be able to glance away from dull physics notes on lenses, it is impossible to ignore a gigantic camera composed of people who each explain their principal purposes.
Local food vendors presented to the Vending Oversight Committee Wednesday to express concerns about problems associated with late-night vending.