To our readers,
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Cardinal's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
150 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
You — the five people who read our introduction article — asked for it, you got it.
Much of our friendship is built on long nights of binge-watching, never-ending conversations and the whistling of the tea kettle. In fact, the start of our relationship was in sophomore year of high school with the simple question: Have you ever seen “Sherlock?”
Yes, it’s true. It’s already been a week since we bid a finale farewell to “The Good Place.” But no, I haven’t stopped the warm, gooey feeling in my heart or the tears falling from my eyes.
After spending hours sitting at our desks contemplating what we could cover, we had two words on our minds: inclusivity and learning. We thought back to what had been covered — feminism, indigenous populations, climate change — knowing we needed to continue dedicating future issues to social justice.
When the New York Times reached out to me, I had no clue what Julie Bosman, one of the writers behind The Northwestern Daily follow-up piece, was referring to. However, to understand why she sent an email to me, I spent my morning lecture looking at different news outlets in order to spell out what happened on the Northwestern campus.
Dying primetime: Loss for live viewers, win for binge-watchers
Plastic. It is essentially useless.
In between marathons of “Harry Potter” and “Anne of Green Gables,” we have designed a watchlist called “Summer of Shows” that calls for long nights on the couch, the familiar whistle of the tea kettle and philosophical conversations about “that” tiny irrelevant scarf.
Welcome inspired artists, truth seekers and advocates of social justice. Welcome to The Daily Cardinal.
Former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper called the investigative report about her husband’s sexual harassment “rampant with speculation” and went outside the scope of the case, she wrote in a response Monday.
Cyra K. Polizzi is no stranger to the theater. But this is the first time they’re running the show with the creation of a sustainable, accessible, feminist theater practice — a space for creative exploration and activism.
The husband of former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper sexually harassed at least seven and potentially up to 10 female students or employees at the university, a UW System investigation found.
To prevent sexual harassment, the UW System joined a nationwide initiative alongside 30 campuses Wednesday.
After more than a year of deliberation, UW-Stevens Point humanities majors will be saved from potential cuts — but at a cost.
UW System officials and Wisconsin’s 12 Native Nation tribes are at the beginning of an effort to increase enrollment and improve graduation rates of indigenous students.
After shaking up Broadway with her carefully crafted lyricism of “Waitress,” Sara Bareilles is back to her roots. And she has some things to say.
After Gov. Tony Evers fired two UW System regents last month, Regents Scott Beightol and Torrey Teideman returned to work in open defiance of the governor Thursday.
Divided opinion on state capital budget puts into question value of Wisconsin Idea, higher education
Diminishing UW System funds paired with a tuition freeze lead to concerns of the quality of higher education throughout Wisconsin.
A burglary at Sellery Hall was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department Monday.