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My fifth-grade classmate Mary Beth was one of the nicest people in our school. But playing against her in the girls’ basketball league, I found her incredibly intimidating.
Late last week, Sullivan Hall, a venue in New York City’s Greenwich Village, closed unexpectedly after a 17 year run.
Barrows' lawyer tells state lawmakers: Keep your mouth shut\
With 2005 coming to a close after a soft year at the box office, much good still came from Hollywood. Much good and a whole lot of bad.
Across the globe, workers struggle through terrible working conditions each day for pennies on the hour. UW-Madison's Student Labor Action Coalition fights for a fine set of ideals when they ask the university to adopt a resolution that could improve working conditions worldwide by requiring all UW apparel licensees to give workers the right to freely form unions.
After going undefeated in out-of-conference duals, the No. 18-ranked Wisconsin wrestling team (1-1-0 Big Ten, 9-1-0 overall) split its first two Big Ten contests. The Badgers were pinned 34-3 by perennial power Iowa (2-0-0 Big Ten, 12-2-0 overall) but bounced back to defeat Northwestern (0-2-0 Big Ten, 5-6-0 overall) 24-13.??
When the City Council meeting convenes tonight, Madison's heavily debated loitering ordinance will threaten to steal center stage, and many hope for the last time. Tuesday will be the last time the ordinance comes up for review and would have been permanently passed, since the council moved to strike its sunset clause last meeting, if not for Madison Mayor Sue Bauman's veto of that measure.