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Last night and this evening the American public will hear from the 20 qualifying Democractic candidates in the first official debate of the 2020 presidential election. Ranging from past runner-ups to senior Senators to businesspeople and wellness gurus, this election cycle is sure to capture the anxious and uniquely changing state of politics in the land of the free.
Over the next two days, the American public will hear from the 20 qualifying Democractic candidates in the first official debate of the 2020 presidential election. Ranging from past runner-ups to senior Senators to businesspeople and wellness gurus, this election cycle is sure to capture the anxious and uniquely changing state of politics in the land of the free.
We asked. The UW-Madison community voted. And the results are in for The Daily Cardinal's 2018 Readers' Choice awards. Curious what your classmates think is the best coffee shop, brunch spot, UW tradition, campus sex fantasy and more? Check it out below to get your answers.
Men's Basketball: Hayes delivers dagger into Nova's repeat bid
By several different measures, this was arguably the greatest semester in Wisconsin athletic history. The football team went from unranked all the way up to No. 8 in the country, providing plenty of heart-stopping moments along the way and coming up just shy of a Big Ten title and a College Football Playoff berth. The volleyball team earned its first ever No. 1 ranking before falling in heart-breaking fashion in the Elite Eight. The men's soccer team went all the way to the Big Ten Championship and the women's soccer team beat Marquette to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Then the leaves changed and the winter sports began and women's hockey beat Minnesota to prove its No. 1 ranking. The men's hockey team began the Granato Era and beat Michigan for the first time in three years. And while the men's basketball team started off a bit slow, the Cardinal and White have turned it around to win five straight.
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10. Judge Doyle Square faces another round of planning after approval
The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers (10-0-0 WCHA, 16-0-0 overall) are firing on all cylinders, consistently improving in preparation for their biggest bout yet: a home series against No. 3 Minnesota (11-1-0, 15-1-0) this weekend.
The French House, a francophone cultural center and private residence hall located just off campus, brought members of the public together Monday in support of lives lost during recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
The city’s Plan Commission unanimously approved a conversion of an auto repair shop to a new restaurant-brewpub, laying the groundwork for expanded opportunity for the Regent Street neighborhood.
The Wisconsin Alumni Association announced Monday it will honor four notable Badger alumni with the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Seconds after 8:00 p.m., Dweezil Zappa and his tribute to his father, Zappa Plays Zappa, strode out onto the Barrymore Theatre stage to the theme from “Star Wars.” The space-y theme was a fitting introduction to the wild world of Frank Zappa’s music.
The crisis of Syrian migrants is one of the hottest potatoes in the media bucket today throughout the world. We wonder and worry about this particular phenomenon–what could be the outcome of this exodus? What forced these civilians to roam so far? Is there anything we can do for them? How should we handle the situation?
A surveillance video led to the Monday arrest of a juvenile suspected of pointing a handgun at Cheba Hut employees, according to a Madison Police Department spokesperson.