Despite my vegetarianism and general disdain for fishing in real life, I’ve somehow always been in love with the feeling of reeling in a virtual fish in a game. Not in those rugged, story-absent games like Big Bass Fishing, but through classic cozier games in the vein of Stardew Valley, Animal Crossing or Minecraft. Naturally, then, I was thrilled when Bunnyhug Studios announced Moonglow Bay, a game that finally takes the fishing theme of older games and makes it palatable for people like me, who wouldn’t step within 6 feet of a fishing rod in real life.
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Freshman Elliot Seals signed a lease on Oct. 20 but won’t be moving in until Aug. 18, almost 10 months later. He’s not the only one who signed his lease this early — just under two months after move-in week, students are already signing leases and preparing for the start of next year. Signing leases early is simply part of Madison’s culture, students say, though many have questioned why this is the case.
Between packed lecture halls, murmurs of friends isolating due to exposure and even a few classes shifting back to online instruction, it is clear that the pandemic is far from over.
As the son of an opera singer, and a self-proclaimed fan of artists ranging from MF DOOM to The National, rising artist Bartees Strange is no stranger to various genres. It makes sense, then, that his set at the Memorial Union Terrace on Sept. 12 was somewhat of a melting pot of different musical elements from rock to folk to rap, which was perfect — there was something in store for everybody.