Ohio voters made headlines in an Aug. 8 special election, prompting questions about Wisconsin’s ballot initiative process — a process in which voters can call for a popular vote referendum.
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Early last week, students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison experienced both their first full week of classes of the school year and a three-day-long campus wide internet shutdown.
The Associated Students of Madison's Sustainability Committee executed an Earth Day March on Saturday. Participants included students, government officials and local community members. They marched from Library Mall to the Capitol building.
Host Honor Durham discusses with staff writer, Sophia Ross, on the pros of working an on-campus job at UW-Madison. Some of which include flexibility, proximity and an emphasis on school taking precedence over work.
It would not be entirely unreasonable to claim being a college student has similar characteristics and time commitments to those of a full-time job. From partaking in tedious assignments to undertaking group projects and engaging in outside office hours, attending and excelling at university takes a vast degree of discipline and effort.
I’m sure we’ve all heard the stereotype of being a “broke college kid” a million times over. I’ll admit, I rolled my eyes quite a few times when adults tried to tell me to make smart money decisions the summer before I entered university.
The Madison Reading Project (MRP) has begun a campaign to acquire an additional reading bus where they hope to “connect [the Madison] community with free books and literacy resources that ignite a love for reading.” The second reading bus will serve as a free library on wheels: aiming to provide children in the Dane County area access to quality pieces of reading material through pop-up events and stops at MRP’s regular stops.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been recognized by the Fulbright Scholars Program as a top-producing institution for scholars. The achievement acknowledges the extensive research done by both faculty and students and offers grants to build further upon their research ideals.
The Thompson Center is set to host a summit addressing concerns on declining early literacy rates across Wisconsin at the Monona Terrace on Wednesday.
2023 doesn’t have to follow the same patterns every other year has. Aim big, but give yourself a timeline and an environment you can thrive in so that your resolutions become part of a sustainable lifestyle and not just a month's phase. Nothing says January quite as much as the smell of excess hope in the air; the ambitious progress is at an all time high, and of course, the gyms are at their peak attendance. Ah yes, the era of New Year’s resolutions has fallen upon us once again.
It’s the end of another year and time to talk about what art we’re taking with us. The Cardinal staff was surveyed on their favorites of the year and some even shared their thoughts. Here’s what we had to say.
Following discussions between the Campus Area Neighborhood Association (CANA) and the Lake Street Garage Committee, the neighborhood group decided against the approval of the proposed redevelopment plan for the Lake Street city parking garage.
An attempt made by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Associated Students of Madison (ASM) to improve the shared governance body across the UW system failed to pass Monday. This long awaited decision came over a year after the legislation was originally approved through the Wisconsin State Statute.
It’s that time of year again — leaves are beginning to fall off the once vibrant trees, the air is getting slightly chillier and an abundance of individuals are forgetting about Thanksgiving and bulldozing straight towards a yearning for the winter holidays to approach.
To commemorate the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center’s 30 years of providing support and advocating for inclusivity in the University of Wisconsin-Madison community. Students and faculty members of all sexual orientations and gender identities gathered on Tuesday, Oct 11, in the Pyle Center to remark on the center’s longstanding legacy.