The Barrymore was alive with energy and as I approached the flashing sign from the sidewalk there was a line of chattering people winding out the door and a good 5 feet down the sidewalk. A red sign greeted those who were less prepared with a bold “SOLD OUT,” to which they sighed and walked away. Reminiscent of an old movie theater, the Barrymore was looking charming as ever on the evening of the Grace Potter show.
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With the lead of Lori Anderson, a faculty member at the UW-Madison School of Nursing and the American Family Children’s Hospital, a health-care system to support school nurses called eSchoolCare was created.
Imagine an underwater army of crustaceous lumberjacks chopping down the kelp forests on the floor bed of lakes with their large pincers. This isn’t something out of a science-fiction movie. This is how the Rusty Crayfish, an invasive species from Ohio River Basin, essentially deforested Sparkling Lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin.
A state representative held a press conference Thursday to discuss what she said were a growing number of citations due to the Wisconsin Department of Administration’s regulations on protesting in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents will hear a proposal to increase the Memorial Union Reinvestment budget at its April meeting following a $2 million donation.
Renowned civil rights attorney and advocate Michelle Alexander spoke to hundreds of University of Wisconsin–Madison students and community members Thursday at Union South.
Fresh off what was most likely a weekend spent watching The Masters, the Wisconsin men’s golf team opened the two-day, 54-hole COG Mizzou Intercollegiate in Colombia, Mo. Monday.
Madison Police were called to State Street Monday afternoon after a concerned passerby walked past a man whose genitals were hanging from his trousers.
Nothing compares to walking through the UW campus on night one, night two or even night three of Halloween to see who came up with the best costume idea. Any dedicated Madison Halloween participant would know that it's stressful having to come up with as many as three original costumes. But not to worry, this year Halloween Costumes 101 is here to help. We'll provide all the essential steps, from coming up with the idea, to putting together the essential pieces, to where to find any obscure costume accessories.
Brett Hulsey, Dane County Supervisor and Democratic 77th Assembly District candidate, retracted claims he made Wednesday that he received the endorsement of U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis.
It would sound absurd to call platinum-selling, arena-filling, most-critically-beloved-band-in-the-world Radiohead an underground act. But on the other hand, they don't operate or sound anything like a mainstream, best-selling rock band (even the ones that have gotten popular aping mid-90s Radiohead): You'll hardly ever hear them on the radio or see them on TV; their idea of promoting an album is mentioning it on a blog ten days before it comes out; and they've built their reputation on some of the strangest, most original music of the past two decades.
Flesh-eating plants induce more images of a cheesy 1980s musical (Little Shop of Horrors"") than those of blood-soaked psychological thrillers.
Cosmopolitan Magazine enlightens its readership in the September issue with the article A New Kind of Date Rape."" In this article, written by Laura Session Stepp, Cosmo takes it upon itself to identify a ""new kind of rape.""
Standing on the scorer's table and celebrating with the 17,190 in attendance at the Kohl Center on Senior Day, it was easy to see the relief on senior guard Kammron Taylor's face after a hard week.
Can you feel it yet? That ""it"" is a spotlight honed in on Madison from the national media as a result of recent events that have taken place at the university.
If proposed budgets remain unchanged, Dane County will face dramatically reduced federal and state assistance and be forced to diminish or eliminate important public services in 2006, said Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk.
We have heard the warnings, we sympathize for those negatively affected, and some of us have even suffered the consequences, so why have we refused to put an end to music piracy? The fact of the matter is many of us download free music files without a second thought because the act has simply become so familiar and ordinary. The number of people who download has only increased despite efforts by the Recording Industry Institute of America and some college campuses to scare students away from the habit. What explains our continued support of this so-called stealing, despite all of the attempts of artists, songwriters and production companies to stop us?
Whether you participate in protests or ignore them, the right to express political dissent is fundamental to a functioning democracy. Americans have always liked to claim that we hold especially dear the right of free speech, and that our stance of ensuring wide and open discourse sets us apart from other nations. However, recently there have been disturbing trends that threaten to expose our free speech-loving professions to be nothing more than idle boasts.
W.E.B. Du Bois wrote in his seminal work, \The Souls of Black Folk,"" ""This meaning is not without interest to you, Gentle Reader; for the problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color-line."" The 100th anniversary of ""Souls"" prompted UW-Madison to address both Du Bois and issues surrounding race.
Feet hit the pavement as the men's track team practices for the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. The cloudless sky and slight breeze help put smiles on the players as they simultaneously adjust from last weekend's meet and get ready to leave Thursday for the next one.