Wisconsin football fans were whelmed on Sunday to learn of the firing of head coach Paul Chryst. This followed a 34-10 loss to Badgers ex-lover Brett Bielma’s Fighting Illini. While fans have been calling for this move for months, it was this past Saturday’s master class in milquetoast-ness that gained Chryst the title of “unemployed.”
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Hurricane Ian is expected to be one of the worst disasters the United States has seen in decades, prompting Florida state officials to call for evacuation. Still, even as the potentially catastrophic hurricane reaches Fort Myers, Sarasota native Doug Ebert refuses to leave.
On Sept. 14, a plane of migrants sent from Texas by Gov. DeSantis arrived at Martha’s Vineyard. This was to the surprise of both the island’s residents and the migrants, who were allegedly lured away from a San Antonio resource center with the promise of housing, help with immigration papers and work in Boston.
Football fans will do crazy things for the game they love, including driving for days to get to a game, placing bets and even getting tattoos of their favorite team’s logo. Similarly, football season leads some fathers to do something they would otherwise find terrifying — show affection.
An unfortunate truth of life is that in order for comedy to exist, there must also be comedians. Luckily, most of the time, comedians stay away from the well-adjusted public. They hide themselves away for hours on end in writers’ rooms in places like Los Angeles, New York City or a windowless office in the basement of Vilas Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Tennis legend Serena Williams retired from professional tennis this month after falling in the US Open to Australian player Aijla Tomljanovic. Counting 23 Grand Slam titles and four Olympic gold medals among several other accomplishments, there’s no doubt that Williams exits her 27-year-long professional career as an icon of the sport.
When living below someone else in an apartment building, one gets used to hearing their upstairs neighbors. Within a month, one can tell when they leave for the day, when they get back and if they like to go out on weekends. Depending on how thin the walls are or how inconsiderate a neighbor is, one can also learn what movies and bands they like or that their girlfriend is probably faking it.
They forgot: Beloved local business shutters doors day after forgetting to make 9/11 remembrance post
On Sept. 11, 2001, the United States suffered a terrorist attack so earth-shattering that life as it was known changed forever. Even 21 years later, 9/11 is an ever-present factor in politics, culture and day-to-day life. One would be hard-pressed to find a news source that isn’t running a commemorative story on each year’s anniversary.
The world stood still on Thursday as it was announced that Queen Elizabeth II peacefully passed away at her Scottish estate. Having taken over the throne in 1952, she was the longest reigning British monarch.
Bright-eyed freshmen wearing Letters and Science t-shirts are a classic September sight on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. It almost seems as though wearing the free piece of clothing is a sign that someone is leaving independently for the first time, proud of their new college and excited about the opportunity that lies ahead.
Students and staff alike love to commiserate over the physical challenge that is Bascom Hill. However, with a new school year comes a plethora of inconveniences to bat around over a milkshake shared with your best buddy.
The college sports world was turned upside down when it was announced that UCLA and USC will leave the PAC-12 conference in favor of the Big Ten beginning at the start of the 2024 season this past June.
Fourth of July can be a tricky day for much of the United States. There are millions of Americans who continue to be left out of the promise of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Meanwhile, there are also millions who would rather not hear about that and instead go LARP as a badass active-duty Marine when they go to buy strawberries and hotdog buns at Walmart.
Planned Parenthood protestors begin picketing hospital rooms of childhood cancer patients instead of reproductive clinics
Following the Supreme Court decision that eliminated abortion access as a constitutional right and immediately made abortion illegal in 13 states, millions are worried about what will happen if they get sexually assaulted, birth control fails or a much-wanted pregnancy must be terminated out of medical necessity.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade Friday. It’s difficult to make an original joke about this, as politicians have already been making a joke of women’s rights for centuries. Still, I’ll throw on my big girl chastity belt and give it a go.
Much of southern Wisconsin was sent into a state of extreme caution on Wednesday evening as news stations reported on a tornado warning covering a large portion of the state. Arriving after a Madison-area thunderstorm that created widespread damage, thousands were on high alert.
As a freshman, it can be difficult to adjust to living without your parents. Being new to independence means there will almost certainly be a few missteps along the way. While those blunders are often the catalyst for growth, we here at The Beet are not about that.
In the past year, students have raised concerns about the presence of black mold in University of Wisconsin-Madison dorms. Just this past December, a Sellery resident posted a TikTok showcasing a mold test kit that was growing the dangerous microfungus — finally giving a cause for her months-long illness.
Stolen Memorial Union Terrace chair snitch to be banned from all neighborhood barbecues, sources of joy
There are just four types of people that should not be tolerated in the University of Wisconsin-Madison community — racists, homophobes, misogynists and those who snitch on people for stealing chairs from Memorial Union Terrace.
A couple weeks ago, my street was blocked off for the University of Wisconsin-Madison graduation ceremony. Bored and with hours to spare, I did what any logical person would — I decided to walk to the zoo.