Smashing windows with a fire extinguisher ended badly for one man who was arrested for criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct early Sunday morning.
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The Associated Students of Madison Coordinating Council met Wednesday to hear from the university’s Chief Diversity Officer Patrick Sims about the importance of collaborative student effort in implementation of UW-Madison’s Diversity Framework.
No. 1: Montee Ball, junior running back, football
Police found the body of a missing UW-Stevens Point student in the Wisconsin River near the university Monday afternoon, officials said.
Are you tired of the same old playlists? Do you need some new tunes? To assist you in creating a new foodie"" playlist to inspire you in times of physical and spiritual hunger, Caroline is proud to present her top 10 food references in popular music.
With the WCHA season winding down and points at a premium, the No. 11 Wisconsin men's hockey team made a huge step, taking three points from Michigan Tech at Winter Carnival.
Where has all the time gone? It feels like I wrote my first food article just yesterday, yet an entire year has passed, and my tenure as one of your Cardinal columnists has come to an end. It's just too soon! There is so much more I wanted to share and, okay, occasionally over-share. Here are a few last food tips, some things you absolutely must not miss while here in Madison.
I'm normally a pretty healthy eater, mixing fruits, veggies and whole grains in with the poor college-student staples. I eat only lean meats and try not to over-salt when I'm cooking. I drink 64 ounces of aqua a day, not including the water in Miller Lite. Richard Simmons would be proud.
This weekend's series between the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers and the No. 3 North Dakota Fighting Sioux lived up to its full potential, as the Badgers trounced the Fighting Sioux 4-0 Friday night, but literally came back down to earth in a 3-1 loss Saturday.
I normally don't leave my house on homecoming weekend. I love the floats and the fireworks and the school spirit oozing out of the cracks in the sidewalks, but the millions of alumni that descend upon Madison just rub me the wrong way.
You've been flirting with your lab partner for six weeks now. You call her every Thursday to compare exam results. You sign her in when she's too hungover to walk to Zoology. You both linger for a few extra minutes after study groups. Ask her out already!
I've lived in the Bassett neighborhood now for less than six weeks, and I've already fallen in love with it. The streets are lined with old oaks and rusty bicycles. Alternative coffee shops and interesting restaurants pop up in the most surprising places. One such restaurant offering authentic Indian cuisine is Maharani Restaurant, located at 380 W. Washington Ave.
How's it going, freshman? From the looks of things, you're doing just fine. You haven't fallen out of your loft yet. You're still dressing up for class, which we need to work on by the way, but at least you're finding the classrooms without too many problems. You survived your first football weekend - though you may not remember it. These things can all be picked up on fast. After all, we are in college. It's the dining halls that may take a bit longer to get used to.
Let's not rush things people. Classes don't start for five days, but I'm already hearing talk of book-buying, class-swapping and meeting with professors. I expect better. This last week of freedom should be used to take five-hour naps and watch Top Chef marathons, not to organize study groups or find internships. Let's celebrate this last glorious weekend of summer with cookouts, Frisbee and the ultimate summer cocktail - the mojito.
I look forward to summer all year. As a kid, summer meant sleep-away camp, popsicles and dirty flip-flops—along with mosquito bites, tennis lessons and tans so dark I could probably sue my parents.
One does not go to England for the food—Big Ben, sexy accents or the Queen, perhaps—but never the food.
The fruit stand man has returned, and I am in ecstasy. He arrived at the west end of State Street, just in time for us to spend a few blissful weeks together before I begin my summer job, hundreds of miles away.
When I realized spring break was only three weeks away, those ads on Facebook really started to freak me out. I found myself wondering whether I was ready for spring break as I double-fisted a beef burrito and a 20 oz. grape soda.
With football season over, frats no longer rushing and New Year's Eve a distant, fuzzy memory, now is the perfect time to throw a fantastic dinner party. Dinner parties rock, but few people undertake them because they seem complicated and a bit snobby.