“Grey’s Anatomy” is a television series that has redefined primetime dramas. Its conception started with the inner narrative of medical intern Meredith Grey, who provides a glimpse into the quirky, sexy and emotional social lives of Seattle Grace, now Grey Sloan Memorial, Hospital. Meredith’s experiences range from funny and lighthearted to raw and devastating. This is a difficult balance to achieve on television, which is why “Grey’s” is so noteworthy. Like a reliable recipe, creator Shonda Rhimes is the chef behind it all, adding key ingredients to create a product of which hungry viewers cannot get enough. “Grey’s Anatomy” has become America’s comfort food.
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UW-Madison Police Department Chief Susan Riesling addressed issues of campus sexual assault at the semester’s first Associated Students of Madison Student Council meeting Wednesday.
The Board of Estimates convened Wednesday to formally discuss Madison Mayor Paul Soglin’s proposed 2016 Capital Budget, focusing on ongoing projects such as the Madison Municipal Building renovations and a new library project.
Nothing manages to draw as many chuckles as it does frowns as the infamous ‘dad bod.’ Quietly entering the lexicon of college students everywhere last year, it is used to describe a blanket body-type that bridges the gap between the guy with a beer gut who discovered the gym a few months back. The idea of the dad bod is a fun topic of debate at parties, and it seems like I hear a new reason to love it or hate it every time the term comes up. Now that the steam behind a new member of the repertoire of college slang has died down, I felt the time was ripe to finally take a critical look at this phenomenon.
The Madison Police Department released hundreds of pages of police procedures and records Friday in response to open records requests made after Officer Matt Kenny fatally shot 19-year-old Tony Robinson.
OMAHA, Neb.—The Wisconsin Badgers’ performance Friday night wasn’t their best or most exciting of the season, but it was still more than enough to send them into the Round of 32 of the NCAA Tournament.
Gathering at the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial Wednesday, members of the Madison community met to show appreciation for the Madison Police Department following the death of Robinson last week.
A filled-to-the-brim Shannon Hall in Memorial Union bustled with UW-Madison students and community members waiting to see the blogger, columnist and accidental entrepreneur who journalism professor Michael Wagner described as “nerd-chic.”
The Badgers (2-12-2 Big Ten, 4-22-4 overall) failed to get a win in their trip to Ann Arbor as the No. 17 Wolverines (11-5-0, 19-11-0) dominated the Badgers 3-0 and 5-2.
The Classified Staff Executive Committee discussed the possible effects of the upcoming state budget Thursday.
A Monday report ranked UW-Madison No. 9 among U.S. colleges and universities based on the number of students who take advantage of study abroad programs.
There’s no such thing as too much offense. The No. 3 Badgers wanted to come out firing against Minnesota State, and the points just kept coming.
Universities blame states, states blame the federal government, the federal government blames students and students blame universities. Any combination edges closer to the truth about the ever-growing calamity that is higher education’s accessibility.
On May 18, 2014, thousands of Badgers “jumped around” at Camp Randall Stadium as they would on any gameday Saturday, but for the first time in 24 years, the beloved tradition did not indicate the start of a fourth quarter.
The No. 6 Badgers (3-1 Big Ten, 12-2 overall) will look to extend their three-game winning streak this weekend as they take on Big Ten newcomers Rutgers, Friday, and Maryland, Sunday.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced it will begin printing student IDs acceptable for voting for students who request them on Monday, according to an email from university spokesperson Kari Knutson.
Two University of Wisconsin-Madison professors are scheduled to discuss the U.S. Constitution Wednesday afternoon in honor of Constitution Day.
UPDATE 1:55 pm: U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb denied Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s request for an immediate stay on all same-sex marriages in Wisconsin. Marriages will continue unless further action is taken by the U.S. Court of Appeals.
Madison police arrested 17-year-old Alan Uscanga and his 18-year-old passenger for driving while intoxicated and eluding an officer Wednesday evening.
Twenty One Pilots, an up-and-coming pop/rap/rock/metal/indie/bluegrass duo from Columbus, Ohio are making their way to Madison. Vocalist Tyler Joseph and his partner in crime, instrumentalist Josh Dun, will be at the Majestic Theatre Wednesday, April 16 as a part of their Trip for Concerts spring tour.