I find myself often stymied when considering how to write about games. Not truly permeated into the mainstream (though advocates will herald the “Call of Duty” series’ gross as “larger than Hollywood”) I find myself often simply justifying the thought I put into the medium. Yet the games themselves and the subtexts they contain is enough to merit study as a form of literature, akin to the study of cinema and television.
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Danny Leonard and Michael Penn II, known as Lord of the Fly and CRASHprez respectively, are two Madison-based rap artists joining forces as LORDprez for their Revelry performance Saturday. Both artists came to the UW-Madison on the First Wave scholarship program for young musicians, helping them persevere their commencement into the music world.
“Powerful ladies getting shit done,” “complete equality for all sexes” and “NOT angry women who think they are better than men” were just a few of the diverse definitions students came up with when asked what feminism means to them.
UW-Madison alumna Brandi Grayson has gained widespread recognition as a co-founder and spokesperson for the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition, but her activism in Madison started long before the Coalition’s formation last fall.
A man displayed a silver handgun at Cheba Hut on 453 West Gilman St. at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday, a spokesperson for the UW-Madison Police Department reported.
Wisconsin Union Directorate Society & Politics hosted its annual debate between representatives of College Democrats and College Republicans Thursday evening at Union South in pursuit of promoting public engagement about relevant topics within Wisconsin’s politics.
Seven hairnet clad students bustled around The Crossing’s small kitchen preparing for the official opening of the Campus Kitchen at UW-Madison Thursday, making dishes that featured ingredients picked up the previous day from Rheta’s Market Place that would have otherwise been thrown out.
The Student Labor Action Coalition displayed a public art installation by UW-Madison undergraduate artists Natalie Hinahara and Steven Kaplan-Pistiner to commemorate the 1,129 people who died due to the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh two years ago Friday.
Last year saw an outbreak of high-profile racial crimes, igniting the “Black Lives Matter” movement and a national conversation on race relations.
A UW-Madison student reported a sexual assault in a Southeast residence hall early Sunday morning, according to a Tuesday crime report sent to students by the UW-Madison Police Department.
Though he spends most of his time on “Cosmos” talking about outer space, Neil deGrasse Tyson brought his keynote message a little closer to life on Earth for the 9th Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference at Monona Terrace Monday afternoon.
Federal legislators are more informed of UW-Madison’s student concerns after interns with the student government’s Legislative Affairs Committee took a trip to Washington, D.C.
Turning 50 inspires some to buy a new car or pick up a new hobby. But Sylvia Swift, a UW-Madison Physics Department employee, joined the Peace Corps and spent two years doing community and organizational development in Moldova, a country in Eastern Europe.
Patrick J. Sims, interim vice provost for diversity and climate for the Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement in the Office of the Provost at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
A student reported a sexual assault to the UW-Madison Police Department Saturday, according to a UWPD crime warning sent to students.
UW-Madison told students awaiting a decision on their application that they would not be jeopardized for participating in a national walkout to protest gun violence.
Organizers of UW-Madison’s Go Big Read program announced Bryan Stevenson’s “Just Mercy” as next year’s shared reading novel Thursday, hoping to incite deeper thoughts on Madison’s racial inequalities through the text, a UW-Madison news release said.
College students across the state teamed up with members of the College Democrats of Wisconsin Thursday to reach out to legislators, requesting they resist the budget cuts on the UW System.
Approximately 100 students and community members rallied on Library Mall Wednesday with signs that read “Students for $15,” “Poverty Wage Jobs Hold Madison Back” and “Who made your burger? Who made your shirt?”
Former UW-Madison Dean of Students Paul Ginsberg died Monday at age 90 after spending 39 years on campus, according to a university press release.