Still Woozy released their first full-length album If This Isn’t Nice, I Don’t Know What Is in August, and are now in the midst of a seven-month-long tour around the world. They stopped in at The Sylvee on Friday night and performed a sixteen-song set for an extremely dedicated crowd. The Sylvee was sold out — a large feat — and it was clear that the crowd was full of diehard fans as soon as lead singer Sven Gamsky began his first song of the night, “Window.”
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The Greeting Committee stopped in at Memorial Union to deliver their 19 song setlist for their “Dandelion” tour Friday night. This was their first show on a 20-stop tour that hits major cities all across the U.S.
Before I saw them live, I wasn’t really a big fan of SURFACES. While I knew and enjoyed a few of their hit songs, like “Sunday Best,” “24 / 7 / 365” and “Heaven Falls / Fall on Me,” SURFACES’ music isn’t something that I’d ever voluntarily put on.
Every year, incoming freshmen at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are faced with a huge question: where should I live?
Lido Pimienta was an ethereal opener for an ethereal night. The Colombian-Canadian singer shocked the crowd when she entered the stage in an immaculate rainbow and metallic flowy dress that glowed against the stage lights. She further shocked the crowd when she opened her mouth and out tumbled her beautiful, almost angelic voice.
A team of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers won a $750,000 grant intended to combat misinformation about COVID-19 and the 2020 election on Oct. 1. The grant will fund a project that will study the most effective methods of combating misinformation online.
A group of 15 Unmask UW members congregated at Library Mall on Friday to protest university mask mandates.
To stop illegal crossings, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department has started stationing officers on University Avenue between Charter and Mills.
President Biden’s German shepherd puppy, Major has been making national news headlines all around America for his involvement in two newsworthy biting incidents. While Major has been put on blast for these aggressive acts, no one knows or can possibly understand what the dog has been through.
Stress is in the air. Midterms after midterms are slamming students while they labor through their spring semesters online. Luckily, UW-Madison sensed this stress, and they are generous enough to give us a Friday AND two Saturday’s off of school! When asked about this altruistic decision, the Chancellor told us: “we just knew that a Saturday off would be super relieving for a lot of students — and we’re really really concerned about their mental health right now.”
Legal weed? What a game changer. Gov. Tony Evers has released a budget plan that proposes legalizing medicinal and recreational marijuana in Wisconsin. The UW-Madison administration has decided to wholeheartedly endorse this change when it comes.
Every day, vaccination access is becoming more widespread. However, we all know some people who swear they will never get the COVID-19 vaccine. Chad from your business class, the girl on your floor who was a little too into the moon landing being fake or maybe the entirety of PIKE. Thus, the UW-Madison administration must decide if they will make the vaccination a requirement for returning to school in the fall. Here are nine ways Becky and the administration can incentive the student body to get vaccinated.
There’s one thing Wisconsinites are feeling this week, and that’s hatred for Punxsutawney Phil. The infamous groundhog predicted 6 more weeks of winter, and with subzero temperatures rolling in this week, it is clear that the groundhog had insider knowledge.
The Wisconsin Senate voted Tuesday to repeal the statewide mask mandate. If this mask mandate is abolished, Wisconsin will be joining a list of other memorable states without federal mask mandates. Gracing this list are Alabama, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska, all states people spend their lives dreaming of visiting.
The effects of the shifting stock market could be felt all over Madison during the past week. Gphi Sophomore Beth Sanders even went as far as saying the stock market ruined her weekend. “The boys were like totally on their phones all night,” and they didn’t even notice the new top that she had bought from Pitaya.