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Cole Wozniak and Staff Writer, Claire LaLiberte, discuss her article for the Action Project Drug Issue, “UW-Madison has a binge drinking problem”. They go into UW-Madison drinking culture and how it affects the student body.
Since the critically acclaimed first season of “The Mandalorian'' debuted on Disney Plus in late 2019, succeeding Star Wars shows have fallen into a familiar pattern — overindulgent cameos, mediocre writing and artificial sets. I assumed showrunner Tony Gilroy’s 2022 show “Andor'' would be much the same — imagine my excitement when I was proven wrong.
In a weekend series between two of the three best teams in the country, Wisconsin ultimately prevailed over Minnesota as the Big Ten foes tied on Friday before the Badgers took a convincing 4-1 win on Saturday.
This weekend Wisconsin took on Rutgers at Jersey Mike’s Arena and then traveled to University Park to challenge No. 14 Penn State. The Badgers came away with two wins, 3-0 and 3-2. Rutgers went down easily in three sets, but Penn State proved to be a challenge.
Bartell Theater’s newest queer-centered production “Act A Lady” graced the stage earlier this month in a flourish of feathers and exaggerated French accents. The production presents a real mind-bending viewing experience.
We’ve been waiting to spill that this album rocks.
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With a home weekend sweep against Lindenwood, the Badgers add on to their short winning streak, keeping season hopes alive.
Group of five Senators lead charge to pass bill in “lame-duck” session.
After a tense midterm election in Wisconsin, compromise between Democrats and Republicans looks as rare as it was during the last four years.
Three UW-Madison juniors raised over $500 for cancer research, and all proceeds will be donated to the Carbone Cancer Center.
With hopes of a Big Ten West title all but dashed, the Badgers will play for pride in Lincoln against the Cornhuskers.
Colleen Hoover is dominating the New York Times Best Seller list with seven of her novels in the top 10 spots for the Paperback Trade Fiction category. She has sold over 20 million books. Her best-seller “It Ends With Us,” has been on the list for 78 weeks straight.
Recent NBA history pitted European players at the top of the food chain, spearheaded by three stars who represent the league’s changing direction.
Comedian Charlie Berens gives his biggest piece of advice and shares what’s so special about Midwest culture ahead of his winter commencement speech.
Some indigenous students hope a commitment to Native activism extends throughout the year, not just during the month of November.