A field of 7,500 knit-clad folks, a brisk autumn night and an absorbing Avett Brothers performance is an equation for an October utopia. The Avett Brothers, and their sea of fans, christened Breese Stevens Field on Friday night in the venue’s first-ever concert that sold out in 10 minutes.
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Following weeks of conversation about women’s health issues, the Republican National Committee released an official statement Wednesday, solidifying their stance against family planning and highlighting the merits of “condom-free, willy-nilly baby-making.”Wednesday’s statement—now endorsed by eight Republican presidential candidates—clarifies the GOP’s muddled stances on contraception and family planning, touting that, “An America filled with gobs of unwanted newborns is something we can all believe in.”Many presidential hopefuls have come forward in support of the press release.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Wisconsin-Madison, often informally referred to as “Madison,” the top institution of higher learning in Madison, Wis.The rankings were painstakingly compiled using rigorous criteria, including number of students, number of NCAA championships, amount of research funding (in millions) and quality of campus food carts.
In what is shaping up to be a controversial move, UW-Madison dining facility Gordon Commons announced Tuesday that they have decided to sell bottled human breast milk in the cafeteria.The liquid mammory gland secretion is set to hit shelves next week.
Markets continued to slide yesterday, this time following the results of a new study by the UW-Whitewater School of Business which claims that “the economy” has never existed.
Following an exciting cello concerto last Tuesday evening, Roger Duesburg of Verona, Wisconsin, began to forcefully and exuberantly beat his hands against one another in a perplexing display of appreciation for the performance. Duesburg, an avid classical music listener, was so overcome with joy and amazement that he lost all control of his uppermost appendages and their associated phalanges, and began using them to make a series of percussive sounds.
Monday night, Democrats across Wisconsin cheered as Gov. Scott Walker officially announced he was ending his 2016 presidential campaign. The decision came after recent polls showed Walker with less than 1 percent of the vote. However, if you are a Democrat, now is not the time to be celebrating. In fact, you should be bracing yourself for the worst. It all comes down to one man: Marco Rubio.
By covering up his male genitalia, a 12-week-old unborn fetus successfully tricked his parents into believing he was a female during an ultrasonic examination Tuesday.Though existent, the youngster’s private parts were small enough for him to be able to completely and utterly conceal them in a response to hearing the ultrasonic waves.Ultrasound technician Kathy Green had seen the trick before and knew just what was going on, but decided not to ruin the parents’ jubilation with the truth.“Kid’s a freakin’ genius,” Green said.
Late Friday night senior Brian Milton stumbled out of McKinley’s Irish Pub and let out a hoarse yell of “freshman!” at recent high school grad Liam Hamill with a look of deep satisfaction bordering on Zen-like peace.Cardinal reporters enjoying a drink at the local pub took the opportunity to interview the upperclassman who was swelling with pride at his recent assertion of alpha dominance.“This needed to be done, it was inevitable the moment he didn’t avert his eyes and lick my feet when we crossed paths.
Known for their quick starts, the Badgers impressed Saturday as they accelerated and never looked back right from the gate—the tailgate that is.
Immediately following her speech in Iowa last Saturday, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton personally handed out hundreds of homemade shortbread cookies.
At approximately 12:16 a.m. last Friday, UW-Madison first year Kyle Montgomery lightly tossed a white, regulation-sized pingpong ball across an eight-foot-long table and into a red cup on the other end without a bounce.The completion—a first for the freshman—had a trajectory which caused the bill to spin around the rim of the cup before splashing into the water which filled the bottom fourth of the cup.“I just made that cup!” exclaimed Montgomery, just loud enough to be heard over the blaring of Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.” “This is my first time doing this.