Spring break takes people to a variety of destinations. My 2016 destination was set as of October the previous year. I had managed to apply and enroll into a field study and seminar about business in the Cuban economy. Although the focus was business, my mind kept returning to the role of telecommunications and journalism in this closed-off country.
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Calling the incidents “inevitable,” Madison Mayor Paul Soglin responded to sexual assault allegations Tuesday involving drivers employed by the privately owned rideshare service Uber.
City officials were caught between competing ideals Tuesday, when a protest organized by Madison West and East High School students regarding Tony Robinson's death shut down traffic on East Washington Avenue for several hours.
In a presentation before Madison’s Urban Design Commission Wednesday, two developers of the Hub at Madison II stressed the inclusion of Madison’s traditional architectural elements into their building design, which will be located on West Gorham Street.
Ben Brust had quite a career at Wisconsin. He graduated as the Badgers’ all-time leader in career 3-pointers made with 235 and broke the school record for 3-pointers in a season twice, with 79 in the 2012-’13 season and then 96 in 2013-’14.
Madison police reported property damage and vandalism on the west side of Madison Saturday that statements from Jewish Community members later characterized as anti-Semitic in nature.
Madison’s Urban Design Commission discussed a new downtown design proposal this Wednesday, adding to the conversation about the future of State Street.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., called for the re-introduction of a bill that would subsidize small and independent breweries nationwide, according to a Thursday statement.
UW-Madison College Democrats endorsed Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, in a Tuesday forum with all five mayoral candidates.
Members of Madison’s Alcohol License Review Committee discussed the new ownership of the corporation that runs Johnny O’s as well as a possible new Gorham Street bar, HopCat Madison, at their Wednesday evening meeting.
The state Senate passed a constitutional amendment Tuesday that could alter the selection process for chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, announced his canidacy for April's Madison mayoral election in a Thursday speech that jumped from social justice to 2 a.m. phone calls.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, surrounded by friends and family, announced his re-election bid for April's mayoral race at the Warner Park Community and Recreation Center Tuesday.
Wisconsin Right to Work officially launched a mission Monday underscored by the legislative freedom to choose to participate in labor unions.
Wisconsin youths are smoking less but using other tobacco products more, according to a Thursday release by the American Cancer Society.
Gov. Scott Walker announced his intentions Thursday to fund worker training grants for a larger and more diverse workforce in Wisconsin according to a statement.
Beginning in Fall 2015, Ogg Residence Hall will only allow upperclassmen residents, as well as provide an additional career resource service, according to University Housing officials.
With Wisconsin’s statewide election 12 days away, state Rep. Brett Hulsey, D-Madison, reemerged into the political sphere as he announced a write-in campaign as an Independent, according to a release.
Students and community members will have the opportunity to make Wisconsin men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan contribute money to cancer research at the Kohl Center Wednesday.