After two consecutive blowout losses to Drake and Dayton, the Wisconsin Badgers are hoping for better results in the SDSU Thanksgiving Classic, where they will face the Delaware Blue Hens and the host San Diego State Aztecs.
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Jack Doherty, stunt double for UW basketball coach Bo Ryan, has reportedly grown sick and tired of posing for pictures with Badger fans.
Nine notable speakers presented their “ideas worth sharing” as part of the third TEDx Madison event held at the Bartell Theater Saturday.
As we finish up what’s left of our Thanksgiving leftovers and adjust our belts—by which I mean we take them off—we look forward to Christmas, New Years and the fiscal cliff. President Barack Obama and budget experts have congregated at Capitol Hill and have made a resolution for New Years to finalize a plan that will put a stop to our deficit and set us on the right course to recovery. With the federal debt approaching the $16 trillion milestone, the freshly re-elected president has decided to take action and promised to have a decisive economic plan etched in stone by the first of January.
Is it just me, or does the Republican party make no sense?
A student government subcommittee met Tuesday to discuss possible changes to the Student Activity Center.
UW-Madison pharmacy students and faculty held a benefit Friday in honor of student Adam Nickel, who died unexpectedly in March after finishing a marathon in Arkansas.
Having been a diehard fan of Green Day since the '90s, the new album has not failed to impress me. Green Day's latest live album Awesome as Fuck is the first live release since the explosively popular Bullet in a Bible in 2005. Although the new album is reminiscent of the original live punk-pop energy, it generates its own edge that will continue to draw in listeners, new and old.
At Sundance this year, I noticed a particularly strong marketing push by the festival to promote that about six of the movies at the festival were already available to be streamed by the home viewer via various video-on-demand outlets. This is the second year festival titles have been simultaneously released at Sundance and in the digital market. In conjuncture with the 2010 festival, YouTube launched its own streaming movie-rental service by offering several contemporary and previous festival selections. And in the year since YouTube stuck its toe in the movie-streaming pool, a variety of other outlets have emerged and are jumping in the pool themselves.