Press Conference: A look at the week ahead in Badger sports
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Friday’s Paris attacks started at 2:20 p.m. Central Standard Time and were ended by a raid four hours later. By 9:48 p.m., UW-Madison confirmed on its Facebook page that all 13 Madison students studying abroad in Paris were safe.
The office of the mayor announced Wednesday that the HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program will provide permanent residence for 25 homeless veterans in the city of Madison.
The Orpheum Theater was full of excitement as Mac Miller and his three opening acts took the stage by storm Saturday. As expected, the sold-out crowd packed the Orpheum. Before the doors opened, early guests lined the sidewalk for more than two blocks, and when the doors finally opened, people packed the first floor and balcony so tightly that no one could take a step or raise their hands without bumping the next spectator. The stage was set up with two DJ tables and a large centered alarm clock with Mac Miller’s new album name, GO:OD AM. On the sides were posters of his album cover photo, depicting Mac Miller’s obnoxiously yawning face. Rappers The Come-Up Boys, Domo Genesis and GoldLink, each partnered with their own DJ, revved the audience with a plethora of bass-bumping singles. And Mac Miller most certainly made the concert a highlight of the University of Wisconsin-Madison homecoming weekend.
How do you know you’re awake right now? How can you be sure? Sure, you think you’re awake. You feel fully conscious and aware. You can see your surroundings. You can move and think and all of your sensory receptors feel active and operational. There are multiple states of being where one can experience all of the thoughts described above and one of them is the state of sleep.
There’s no change in this week’s power rankings, though Ohio State closed the gap between itself and the Michigan State Spartans. The week was fairly solid for the Big Ten as a majority of its teams wrapped up their non-conference schedules and now turn their attention to the start of Big Ten play.
For the average college student, there are few elements of daily life that take priority over everything else. There is one glorious activity that many may underplay in casual conversation, or say that they don’t have time for it or are too devoted to their studies. The simple answer is that they are lying. Binge-watching television keeps college students afloat and happy. Without the comforting glow of Netflix, college students in this day and age would probably panic and die of withdrawal. In this column, I will attempt to provide you readers with samples of my type of fix; my insights on what I find to be the most fascinating, addicting, engaging and, most importantly, binge-worthy television that is available today. Because without online streaming, what is college?
Legislative Republicans announced Thursday that they will join with Gov. Scott Walker to propose changes to the state’s civil service system to alter how some state employees are hired and fired.
“April is the cruellest month [for whoever has to lose again to The Daily Cardinal softball team].”
For almost any conceivable skill or field of study, it’s generally accepted that the earlier one starts learning it, the better. Whether the skill be playing hockey, speaking French or composing symphonies, it always seems that the ones who have been doing it since childhood have a higher level of ability and a more natural way of doing whatever it may be. This trend is the result of higher brain plasticity in children, which allows for better assimilation of learning the earlier on it starts.
The Committee on Student Organizations suspended UW-Madison’s chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity until May 8 after numerous conduct violations, according to a university release.
Madison City Council members greenlighted a proposed Marriott Hotel near Capitol Square in their vote to approve zoning structural changes.
The American Academy of Political and Social Science awarded UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank with the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize, according to a Wednesday UW-Madison release.
UW-Madison students may see a familiar face at the front of the classroom next spring as former Governor Jim Doyle announced Nov. 24 that he will teach a state policy course.
Researchers led by UW-Madison Professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka released a study on Thursday containing new methods to counteract the influenza virus.
State Superintendent Tony Evers submitted the first part of a proposed budget for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Monday. The budget asks for roughly $13 billion to run the state’s public education system.
For the first time since March 5, basketball returned to the Kohl Center. The Badgers welcomed fans back home for their annual Red/White scrimmage to kick off a season with expectations higher than any in living memory.
Wisconsin’s gubernatorial race drew national eyes Monday as first lady Michelle Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie both visited the state to campaign for Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke before the Nov. 4 election.