UW-Madison sophomore Dean Strutterman was pleasantly surprised Friday night upon discovering three Facebook friends had “liked” that he expressed interest in attending an event. Strutterman, who described his initial interest as “tentative at best,” still found comfort in his friends’ positive endorsement through social media. “I was super stoked when I clicked my notifications and saw three people liked that I was thinking about going,” he said. The charity concert, Melting Faces for Teen Pregnancy, was held Wednesday night at a local coffee shop four blocks from Strutterman’s apartment, and featured local bands ranging in genre from “straight-up metal” to “jazzy power-slop.” Attendees were asked to donate “as much or little as they can to support education and outreach efforts addressing teen pregnancy in Wisconsin,” according to the event description. Regrettably, Strutterman was not able to attend the event, though he was pleased with himself for thinking about going.
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Late Friday night, Joaquín Guzmán, aka “El Chapo” drew his third consecutive get out of jail free card in a heated game of Monopoly, to the outrage of his opponents.El Chapo, the famous drug kingpin and part-time Rolling Stone admirer, was recently recaptured and imprisoned by Mexican law enforcement.
Area hunters prepare to do battle against all of deerkind during the DNR's first annual Black Friday Hunt-a-thon
Despite the hangover, Jeremy Davenport was feeling pretty good after filling in his name and ID on Friday's exam
"Customers won't know what hit them" says store owner Casey Harlow of her innovative Christmas display.
Dylan Chadowski would be "totally fine" with giving other group members full control of class project.
Lil Fickle Pickle's mixtape was dropped somewhere between New York and Hong Kong. It has yet to be recovered.
While America’s role in the worldwide refugee crisis continues to be an issue of contention among politicians, Canadian leaders acted swiftly Wednesday with the release of an official statement: “At this time we believe it is in Canada’s best interests to prevent asylum-seeking Americans from entering our country. It’s not personal, but it’s simply too hard to be sure American refugees wouldn’t endanger Canadian people.”