With a loud and faithful crowd behind it, No. 6 Wisconsin (16-4 Big Ten, 26-6 overall) swept Iowa State (11-5 Big 12, 19-11 overall) 25-18, 25-15, 25-21 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in front of a sold-out UW Field House Friday night.
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After an easy sweep of Ohio State last weekend, the No. 2 Badgers (2-0 WCHA, 5-0 overall) travel to St. Cloud State (0-2, 2-2), where they will look to continue their conference dominance early in the season.
Following a pair of convincing victories last weekend, No. 3 Wisconsin will get its toughest test of the young season when it welcomes in intrastate rival Green Bay and its star player, senior point guard Keifer Sykes.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear appeals Monday from Wisconsin and four other states, paving the way for the immediate issuance of same-sex marriage licenses both in Dane County and statewide.
When we say Wisconsin, do we really say it all? Or in other words, as a community, are we really doing everything we can to foster inclusivity for all groups and ideas, and additionally, what else needs to be said about this issue?
There’s an old Japanese saying that translates roughly to: “Mario Kart Double Dash!!’ is the eighth wonder of the world.” I can’t attribute that prophetic claim to anyone specifically, but I’m assuming it was some revered Shogun. The phrase’s meaning is beyond dispute however; “Double Dash!!” will forever rule the “Mario Kart” roost.
Arcade Fire is not a terrible band. There, I’ve said it. It’s not just the post-post-(post?)-irony speaking up in me either—I legitimately think, for all their cloying earnestness, poached influences and downright dumb lyricism, there’s a golden band buried somewhere deep under all the pseudo-intellectualism and indier-than-thou posturing. Funeral is proof; even now, some nine years later, it still mostly rings true, thanks largely to the now distinctly non-Arcade Fire lack of polish, as well as nostalgia that wanes on the far side of preachy. Maybe it’s just that death is a less furtive muse than how lame the suburbs are or, god forbid, the Bush administration.
A local Madison Police officer helped a homeless man without legs, securing him a wheelchair Tuesday.
Jost Hermand, a professor in the German department, offers a unique perspective on German history and life in Nazi Germany: he lived through it.
Speculum, a minute, secluded village encircled by dense forest, has a security problem. Though the village itself is relatively safe, danger lurks beyond its timber borders. Every time a member of the community ventures into the woods, they return a monstrous version of their former selves. In some cases the transformation takes years; others reappear by nightfall. Regardless, their intention (do they still have intentions?) is the same: to wreak havoc on the community and prey upon the weak. They froth at the mouth like rabid dogs, covered in cuts and bruises beneath the tattered remnants of their former clothes. Some say they no longer feel pain, running at full speed despite missing limbs and inconceivable wounds. Such ghoulish imagery dominates the frightening tales told to Speculum’s children and occupies the minds of their apprehensive parents.
This season’s opening series for the Wisconsin men’s hockey (0-2-0 overall) team didn’t go quite as well as it had hoped.
After dining at Ian’s Pizza on State Street Thursday night, University of Wisconsin-Madison freshman Drew Lingidiot said it was “really good.”
A Dane County judge denied Gov. Scott Walker's request Friday for a two-week extension on the deadline to challenge recall petitions filed against him.
Police fined a Madison man Tuesday after he called authorities to report a prostitute's lack of service despite having paid to receive ""everything.""
CHICAGO— For everybody that assumed Russell Wilson would walk into Camp Randall Stadium and assume the starting quarterback position for the Badgers this fall by default, Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema has news for you.
Whenever a new wave of music takes over the Internet and starts invading the iPods of hipsters, a lot of bands are bound to get swept up in that wave whether they like it or not. One band to both benefit and suffer from this phenomenon recently has been Milwaukee outfit Kings Go Forth, who have seen their profile rise considerably in the wake of the 70's soul and funk revival.