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If your college application process was anything like ours, getting accepted into UW-Madison meant blasting Jump Around at full volume and committing as soon as possible.
Two sexual assaults reported at UW-Madison ended in injustice this month. Nathan Friar will serve eight years of probation for a second-degree sexual assault he was convicted of, and no jail time. Nicholas Ralston was found not guilty of third-degree sexual assault, despite sending a text stating, “...I sexually assaulted [the victim] last night...”It’s common for editorials or campaigns speaking out against sexual assault to open with statistics.
Last week, my parents and I planned to spend an evening attending a town hall by U.S. House Representative Jim Sensenbrenner, to hear his opinions on the various issues prevailing in Washington right now.
On the May 22, an Ariana Grande concert was attacked by a suicide bomber and 22 innocent people lost their lives.
We, the undersigned, are faculty and staff affiliated with the George L. Mosse / LaurenceA.
After a 217-213 vote today, the U.S. House of Representatives approved the American Health Care Act.
As the spring semester comes to an end, The Daily Cardinal Editorial Board reflects on the past few months with a series of short recaps.
During my year as editor-in-chief of The Daily Cardinal, I have spoken and written so many words that in this final column, I am having trouble finding them.
The two-dozen pieces I’ve written for this opinion page in the past 19 months have been some of my proudest accomplishments since I came to UW-Madison.
Self-care is about identifying one’s own needs and taking necessary steps to meet them. Self-care is something that is necessary for every thriving adult to practice in order to maintain a healthy mental and physical well-being.
Some campus-area bars don’t like black people or black music.No bar owner or manager specifically said this statement outright, but there is no doubt that places like Wando’s Bar & Grill and The Double U filtering hip-hop music from their TouchTunes players sends that exact message to the campus and greater Madison community.Jay Wando, one of only a few to respond to interview requests from Cardinal reporters, said he doesn’t want “gangster hip-hop” because it might draw in a crowd “not driven by UW-Madison students.”He further defended his policy of filtering hip-hop music by claiming it to be a safety issue.“It’s just because we want UW students to be safe in a bar environment,” he said.
Nowadays, one of the requirements for finding a job, especially out of college, seems to be maintaining a social media presence and paying attention to how you present yourself on social media.
Earlier this year, I took a genetic test to find out more about my ancestry and physical conditions.
The Wisconsin Idea is a phrase that is tossed around quite often at our university. I remember hearing it described at SOAR but not really understanding what it meant.
Presenting findings at a research conference is a dream for many students and faculty here at UW-Madison.
The Wisconsin Idea portrays the UW System as a guiding light, a beacon that shares its knowledge with all corners of the earth.
Letter to the Editor: Context is essential to understanding scope of student research on code meshing in schools
To The Daily Cardinal:I am writing in response to an article published about my student, Erika Gallagher, on April 6, 2017.
Especially on college campuses, it is necessary to know that there are no cookie-cutter sexual assault experiences. Therefore, it is pertinent to debunk myths that people typically have about sexual assault.
Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment is a student advocacy group on the UW-Madison campus dedicated to ending sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking through education and activism.