Despite his throbbing headache and mildly upset stomach, UW sophomore Jeremy Davenport told Cardinal reporters that the name and ID portion of his economics exam actually went pretty well.
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When Gov. Scott Walker took the stage last Wednesday for the second Republican debate, it was amid popular opinion that the onetime poll leader needed a strong showing to regain his form.
“Legally Blonde: The Musical” is taking center stage in Shannon Hall at the Memorial Union this weekend. I had the opportunity to see an early dress rehearsal performance and I was thoroughly impressed.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Transportation Services website now features a tool to help drivers find vacant visitor parking in Madison.
Kevin Hampton, a curator at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, gave a lecture on the history of the famous Badger fight song, “On Wisconsin!” as part of the Wednesday Nite at the Lab series.
Less Than Jake are like the more serious Reel Big Fish. Well, they are on their new album See the Light, at least. It’s hard to imagine that the same band that was featured on the “Good Burger” soundtrack for a song entitled “We’re All Dudes” is the band that created See the Light. Less Than Jake’s music is generally known for its fast tempo and genre fusion. Like Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake mixes electric guitar with wind instruments such as the trumpet, trombone and saxophone. While Less Than Jake digs a little deeper on this album than any of their nine full-length studio albums, the band demonstrates absolutely no versatility on See the Light.
In the middle of a lethargic second term in which President Barack Obama and Congress have passed little meaningful legislation, Washington, D.C. has an opportunity to reboot. The narrow aversion of a federal default on its debt and temporary government shutdown have set up a budget conference, which is long overdue.
Report shows Wisconsin will operate without health care coverage gap after Affordable Care Act implementation
Wisconsin will be the only state relying on the federal health care exchange to not have a coverage gap when the Affordable Care Act-mandated health care coverage begins this January, according to a Kaiser Family report.
Police found a 23-year-old male battery victim bleeding and crying in the middle of North Brooks Street early Sunday morning, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi welcomed a new female African lion to the Henry Vilas Zoo Thursday.
Every Time I Die is not just another metal band that plays too fast and loud for the average listener. In fact, the metal and hardcore genres don’t fully define their sound according to vocalist Keith Buckley, who has been with the group since its formation in 1998.
University of Wisconsin-Madison junior Randy Bieauxier said he thought that the Medieval Warriorcraft League provided a direct service to students.
No one likes The Man. All he does is sit up in his tower and tell us what we can’t do. “No, Mitch, you can’t play tag with trucks on the interstate,” or “No, Mitch, you can’t light furniture on fire,” or “No, Mitch, you can’t perform open-heart surgery.” The Man is the reason there isn’t a system of ziplines across campus to get us to our classes and the reason The Bear Olympics isn’t a thing. The Man is smart though, and one thing he does let us do is publicly oppose him.
No, Blair Waldorf has not worn cat ears, they are decidedly not the new headband trend. I mean dress up every day except not as a slutty sexy cat, but as the person you want to be seen as. Personal style, aka the clothes you wear, mater, a lot. People judge you based on the way you look, and while I don’t advocate judging based on what type of body is underneath the clothes, I am offering a ringing endorsement to judge or more importantly make inferences about people based on what they decide to put on their body.
Sometimes doing what you love takes work, and there might not be a better example of the pursuit of happiness than lead guitarist for The Features, Matt Pelham.