With a game against Georgetown and a potential national championship rematch with Duke looming this weekend at the 2K Sports Classic in New York City, the Badgers will look to continue to push their ugly season-opening loss further into their rearview mirror when they take on North Dakota at the Kohl Center Tuesday night.
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I kid, of course: Silence is the last adjective one would use about climate policy, except with respect to such minor parameters as the actual benefits of various policy prescriptions and the actual evidence of climate impacts, about which more below.
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Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley is facing a challenge from Rock County Circuit Court Judge James P. Daley as she runs for re-election in April.
The Badgers are all coming off a high note as they head into their upcoming games. The men’s and women’s basketball teams hope to use their latest conference victories as fuel to improve. The men’s hockey team is looking to avenge a pair of losses against Penn State earlier this season and the women’s hockey team looks to repeat victories against Minnesota Duluth.
Over the past few years, an unfortunate narrative for Badger football has emerged. Usually the team operates as a motley crew of bruisers, but if that group plays in a big game to the last minute, something will go terribly wrong.
The rest of the Badger sports schedule is full of even more intriguing matchups. Here are four you need to attend in Madison.
With a band, the name matters perhaps as much as their sound or ethos, especially for fans. It’s just plain fun to tell someone, “I’m a Radiohead fan,” or “Yeah, I listen to the Beatles” or “Mitts yeah I know about A Hell of Heaven!” Caveat lector: So far as I can tell there is no band named A Hell of Heaven; nonetheless, in my head, they would sound like Plague Vendor do in real life.
Gov. Scott Walker announced Friday the state Legislature will hold a special session Dec. 2 to address recent difficulties Wisconsinites have faced transitioning from BadgerCare and the federal Affordable Care Act, according to a press release.
Listen: Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Don’t believe me? Hahaha, lolol, well, damned if you do and damned if you don’t.
Classrooms have changed significantly over the past 20 years as new and improved technologies become available, and these changes may come with consequences that affect students and faculty alike.
Four Democrats will square off Tuesday in a Democratic primary to determine who will face Gov. Scott Walker in the June 5 gubernatorial recall election.
The end of a band is always a sad thing. Music plays a huge role in people’s lives, and for a band to call it quits may not seem like a big deal if you’re not a fan, but the hope that maybe there’ll be just one more record means a lot to some fans.
The same guy who requested Planned Parenthoods across Wisconsin be drained of state and federal Maternal and Child Health funds is now on a mission to green light civil lawsuits against underage drinkers. Yup, state Rep. Andrew Jacque, R-Bellevue, helped author a bill that permits licensed liquor establishments to sue underage drinkers $1,000, all in the name of-according to a quote by Jacque in The Badger Herald-curbing a "problem that pervades our culture in epidemic proportions and deserves a vigorous response."
The Wisconsin women’s basketball team (4-5 Big Ten, 8-13 overall) found itself up 47-31 with just over 11 minutes left in the game against Michigan (5-4, 16-6), but allowed a 16-0 run to knot the score at 47 with six minutes remaining. Sophomore guard Morgan Paige finally ended the drought by converting on a tricky left-handed layup. Sophomore forward Cassie Rochel then scored seven of her nine points in the remaining four minutes—along with the team’s stellar free-throw shooting—to hold off the comeback effort. The Badgers came out on top 66-60.
The search for a new UW-Madison chancellor has officially begun.
When No. 23 Wisconsin (6-1) takes on No. 15 Marquette (5-1) at the Kohl Center Saturday, the annual battle will serve as a litmus test for two teams looking to solidify their spots in the top-25. And while Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan has his players following a game-by-game mentality, even junior forward Joe Krabbenhoft admitted the Marquette game means something special to the Badger players from Wisconsin.
Drugs, alcohol, groupies - none of these cures for homesickness will be on the Badger Days tour when it travels across Wisconsin this summer. For those unfamiliar with Badger Days, it's a tour of Badger coaches to cities around the state.