Kelly Penelope Bartholomew-Stevens, a self proclaimed travel blogger, explained that while other trips have been funded by her family and instagram base off her pyramid scheme business, that this trip was “supposed to be different.”
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A wave of support for climate change legislation erupted from the streets of Madison last week in response to the string of wildfires on the West Coast.
Nov. 3 is approaching faster than anyone could have hoped for. If you’re anything like me, this primary and general election cycle has cut down your will to live more than when Corn Pop, a bad dude by the way, tried to cut candidate Vice President Joe Biden in 1962. Despite our impending doom regardless of the decided candidate, we can still make the best out of a bad situation. I introduce to you: The Biden-Trump presidential debate drinking game. Grab a drink — virgin if you must —, a bottle of your favorite liquor and a group of your friends or roommates; there’s no excuse — it’s not like any of you have classes to get up and walk to anyway.
The hallways of Witte painted a stark contrast this weekend to what they looked like during the alleged lockdown. Mask-less freshmen crowded the lobby and elevators in their best crop tops and jersey-hoodie combos in pursuit of the allusive bar scene and Langdon houses that had yet to be shut down.
We reached out to one of the first members of the UW-Madison community to contract coronavirus: Chad McBrad for a view into how college students are both dealing with COVID-19 and working to prevent its spread throughout their community.