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MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Milwaukee County Judge Janet Protasiewicz defeated former Justice Dan Kelly by a wide margin late Tuesday in the race for an open Wisconsin Supreme Court seat, transforming the state’s political landscape.
Former University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank, who led the university for nine years, died Friday evening at age 67.
For years, I’ve been waiting for a researcher to explain how music platforms compile personalized recommendations — like Spotify’s Discover Weekly, which has helped me find some of my favorite tracks.
It’s the end of another year and time to talk about what art we’re taking with us. The Cardinal staff was surveyed on their favorites of the year and some even shared their thoughts. Here’s what we had to say.
Steely Dane is not your average tribute band. Their fourteen musicians fill the stage with multiple keyboards, a horn section and backup vocalists committed to reproducing Donald Fagen and Walter Becker’s signature sound.
“What is prog rock?”
[12:16 a.m. CST] Tyler Katzenberger: The Daily Cardinal News Team is wrapping up coverage as the clock hits midnight. Here’s what you need to know before we sign off:
“I heard you guys go hard,” CARR said during her opening set at The Wrecks’ Wednesday night show at the Majestic Theatre.
A crowd of about 250 people gathered outside Memorial Union Monday night to protest the Matt Walsh event hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, demonstrating support for transgender rights.
What began as an April Fool’s Day joke has turned into Culver’s most in-demand item: the Curderburger.
Alt-rock band The Wrecks are coming to Madison on October 19, but that’s probably not the only genre you’ll hear when they take the stage at the Majestic Theatre.
Albums, movies and books that arts writers at the Daily Cardinal are enjoying over the summer.
The spring weather gave the Class of 2022, their families and their friends a warm welcome to Camp Randall for the University of Wisconsin-Madison spring commencement on Saturday, May 14.
The Daily Cardinal received 12 awards in the Milwaukee Press Club’s Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism contest, including four gold honors and all three awards in the Best Investigative Reporting category.
Welcome to the final episode of season four of the Student Dive. We recap stories in our final print edition of the semester, the Spring Farewell issue. First, we discuss the legal status of skateboarding on campus and the lack of accessible skate parks for students. Additionally, we discuss the “Gay Purge” at UW-Madison in the 1960s as studied by the Public History Project. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp and Tyler Katzenberger. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
High Noon Saloon was the perfect venue for Friday’s deeply personal and enthusiastic performance by Del Water Gap, the solo project of New York-based musician S. Holden Jaffe.
Welcome back to the Student Dive! We recap stories featured in our spring Action Project, the Identity Issue. First, we discuss the return of Pride Prom to campus. Then, we explore why UW-Madison has such a low percentage of Indigenous students. Plus, we talk about the history of race and racism at UW sporting events (trigger warning: the article discusses graphic depictions of racism and violence against people of color). Finally, we learn about the upcoming Zinefest in Madison. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Honor Durham, Cole Wozniak and Tyler Katzenberger. Edited by Julia Wiessing.
“Welcome to The Student Dive, where we speak directly with UW-Madison student reporters, editors and Wisconsinites about the most pressing issues in our campus, city and state communities. Let's dive right in.”
Welcome back to the Student Dive! We recap stories featured in our most recent print edition, our sex and life issue. First, we talk about UW-Madison’s history of regulating sexuality on campus. Then, we discuss the rise of queer pop. Plus, we break down how the Big Ten has responded to the fight at the Wisconsin-Michigan basketball game. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Tyler Katzenberger and Cole Wozniak. Edited by Julia Wiessing.