No. 16 Wisconsin (0-2 Big Ten, 8-4 overall) suffered its second consecutive loss of the season to 12th-ranked Ohio State (1-1, 12-2) today at St. John’s Arena in Columbus in a hard fought five-set heartbreaker: 25-17, 18-25, 25-20, 21-25, 15-11.
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The Board of Regents is under new management after electing a new president and vice president Friday, according to a UW System release.
Baby, it's not that cold outside
After a blowout win against Western Michigan in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the No. 4-seeded Wisconsin Badgers (30-2 overall) hosted the Illinois State Redbirds (27-6) Friday night. While the Badgers won in straight sets for the 22nd time this season, they were met with some sturdy competition in every set.
UW-Madison’s Director of Dining and Culinary Services Joie Schoonover began her robust and varied food service career when she was in fourth grade, sorting silverware for her elementary school cafeteria.
Wisconsin junior Lauren Chypyha fell in three sets in the opening round of the Riviera Women’s All-American tennis championships Saturday in Pacific Palisades, Calif.
With a successful insertion in Martian orbit through its Mars Orbital Mission (MOM) Sept. 23, India joins only the United States, Russia and the European Space Agency as the only countries to successfully send a mission to Mars. Being an extraordinary scientific achievement, it’s understandably a source of national pride for India. At the same time, about 620 million people in India do not have access to adequate toilets, and the $74 million price tag for the Mars mission could have been put to better use. India’s space program has been beneficial in typhoon warnings and monsoon predictions, so it has definitely benefited the country, but many probably feel the money put towards the Mars mission could have been put toward improving the country instead.
The fourth Marquette University Law School poll for the 2015 gubernatorial race finds Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger Mary Burke receiving the same level of support.
Anyone who knows me knows that I obsessively write down everything in calendars and lists. I tend to know what’s going on, when things are due and am obsessively on time. But three years ago, I wrote down the date of The Daily Cardinal’s fall recruitment meeting wrong in my calendar and showed up at the office desperately wanting to write anything and to find a place to belong. Writing down the meeting date wrong was probably one of the best things that happened to me because I showed up to 2142 Vilas and met some people who convinced me I could belong at The Daily Cardinal.
What can we do to ensure a blueprint for tomorrow? Create a GREENprint. And by that we mean environmentally sustainable plans that will propel us into a prosperous future.
The Daily Cardinal is proud to announce its third and final Action Project of the year that will hit stands on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22, 2014. The third installment centers around environmental sustainability issues, zeroing in on those that are particularly relevant to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus community as well as the city of Madison.
When Badger softball players see Illinois (2-10 Big Ten, 18-18 overall) on the schedule, they have a good reason to get excited.
With the Badger men’s basketball team headed to the Final Four Saturday, we can’t help but gloat about how awesome it is to be a Badger. This is a time to join in the collective soul of the student body. While our time at college is only a stop on the gameboard, being a Badger is for “Life.” We’re super cheesy, we know. But hey, this is Wisconsin.
Moving from a traditional lecture hall setting to an online digital classroom is a phenomenon that those in higher education are consistently debating.
The Daily Cardinal is excited to announce its second Action Project Issue, which will hit stands Monday, March 31. The Daily Cardinal Action Project is a series of three issues that are dedicated to investigating under-reported topics in an effort to inform the campus community and spark change.
When we say Wisconsin, do we really say it all? Or in other words, as a community, are we really doing everything we can to foster inclusivity for all groups and ideas, and additionally, what else needs to be said about this issue?
The Daily Cardinal is pleased to announce the first of three special issues this semester dedicated to exploring topics challenging to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the surrounding community. The publications will form a series we call The Daily Cardinal Action Project, an effort to inform the campus community about pertinent issues and spark action.
The Daily Cardinal has seen and covered it all: turn-of-the-century celebrations, wars, assassinations, corruption, protests and back-to-back-to-back Rose Bowls. We’ve covered the news and brought it to you, our faithful readers. Throughout our dynamic history, The Daily Cardinal has been an independent source of news for our primary audience, University of Wisconsin-Madison students. At the Cardinal, our purpose is to present accurate, independent news relevant to students produced by students in a learning environment.
Welcome back, Badgers! For those of you who are still in denial, second semester is already here, and it’s time to get back to the daily grind. While you may have been in hibernation mode, The Daily Cardinal was out and about still bringing you all your news. We were all over the coverage of the new UW System President Raymond Cross, and our sports editor traveled to Florida to bring you play-by-play news of the Capital One Bowl and the Badgers’ loss to the Gamecocks.
An intoxicated patron of Whiskey Jacks Saloon was arrested at approximately 12:39 a.m. Friday for attacking a bouncer, according to a report filed by Madison Police Department’s Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain.