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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.
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook announced at the most recent Apple cult meeting Monday night that the company will be delivering the new iTree to consumers this winter, following the traditional sacrifice of a little green android.
Look how tricky he is.
Now that summer recess has kicked in, UW-Madison chemistry professor Earl Schweigert can finally commit more than three days a week toward his primary hobby and passion: fishing.
Madison resident Collin Dennise went to a local Bath & Body Works last Saturday and tried to sell his mother’s corpse to the store.
Community members protest the state budget at the Capitol rotunda amid proposed cuts to university.
Two UW students became best friends after meeting in an ambulance en route to Meriter hospital for detox Saturday night.
Not-so-secretly homesick biology major Allen Markhoff, 19, committed a devastating error Tuesday afternoon, as—for the fourth time this semester—the anxious sophomore audibly, albeit inadvertently, referred to his professor as “Mom.”
Although he is now six semesters and three single apartments removed from University Housing, UW-Madison senior Kyle Hinckley still feels highly disadvantaged because of his freshman dorm location in UW’s Lakeshore area.