Comedian and author Zach Anner advised students to embrace each other’s differences Tuesday in a lecture that was part of Disability Awareness Week on campus.
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When a student graduates from high school with hopes of becoming an officer in the military, they have three options: They can apply to a military academy, enter a 12-to-14 week program after college called Officer Candidate School or join the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC).
The Badger State may have seen an end to its 28-year streak of choosing the eventual presidential candidates on Tuesday night. Wisconsin chose two underdogs, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, and ignited further uncertainty for the remainder of the election.
The relative unemployability and uncertainty associated with degrees in the humanities has been a popular trope for decades. It used to be the business of the philosophy major’s parents to try to steer their child toward computer science, but now state legislatures are doing their part to influence students’ career choices.
1. Houston to the rescue
While people across Madison fixed their eyes on the Badger game Saturday night, a meager but appreciative crowd settled into the High Noon Saloon to hear music from folk band the Pines.
When the Pines frontmen David Huckfelt and Benson Ramsey fill a room with their ambient folk music, listeners are transported to the vast lands of Iowa, where the band members grew up.
“I was just asked if I had a set list and … obviously not.” Alejandro Rose-Garcia told a sold-out High Noon Saloon crowd Friday night. Commonly known by his stage name Shakey Graves, the Austin, Texas, native made a stop through Madison, Wisconsin, on his And the War Came tour following the release of his latest album by the same name.
As a brisk wind blew most Madisonians into their homes and students into libraries Sunday night, an intimate crowd scuttled into The Frequency to stay warm by the light of folk rock group, The Ballroom Thieves and their openers, The Oarsman.
An unusual tribe has been living among the Madison community for two years.
With giant marketing campaigns bombarding consumers with complete nonsense keywords such as “triple hopped” and “finest country barley,” it’s not a surprise that the majority of Americans out there actually believe that the watered down macrobrews they are drinking constitute good beer.
There's something in the air during baseball's opening week that thoroughly rejuvenates fans. It could be that they sense spring weather quickly approaching (Madison might be exempt from that). Or maybe it's because even elderly people are suddenly presented with the chance to wear their favorite teams' jerseys like they did back in the third grade. In my case, it was an excuse for my roommates and me to soak our apartment in the sweet aroma of delicious hot dogs.
A new and innovative type of spam plaguing the WiscMail system has been evading UW-Madison's Division of Information Technology, according to a post on the DoIT website.
A former UW-Madison student pleaded guilty Monday in his home city of Hamden, adjacent to the town of New Haven, Conn., to three counts of larceny in the first degree and three counts of criminal mischief in the first degree, after being arrested last October for stealing famous historical documents from a Yale University library, where he worked last summer.
I am proud to be an American and to live in this great nation. You, too, should be proud. The land of the free. The home of the brave. President Bush in his speech to Congress last Thursday said Osama bin Laden and his terrorist group, al Qaeda, hate us for our 'democratically elected government. They hate our freedoms: our freedom of religion, our freedom of speech, our freedom to vote and assemble and disagree with each other.'