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Native scholar Dr. Adrienne Keene educated attendees about stereotyping and cultural appropriation of Native people at the Multicultural Student Center Wednesday.
The state Senate voted early Saturday morning to approve sweeping changes to the state’s election and campaign finance systems, ending weeks of uncertainty surrounding the bills’ fates.
The Madison Police Department identified and arrested a suspected coat thief using a surveillance video from Whiskey Jacks Saloon on State Street Wednesday, according to a police incident report.
Doomtree is an indie hip hop collective with a Minneapolis base and a massive following of dedicated fans. The band consists of seven members, five emcees, each with successful solo careers, disc jockey Paper Tiger and producer Lazerbeak. Doomtree sold out the Majestic Theater Saturday night with an electrifying performance, which had almost every crowd member on their feet and jumping.
Update (5:56 p.m.): Police found and arrested the suspect later in the afternoon, and are not looking for any other suspects at this point in time, Lt. Kelly Donahue wrote in an update.
Surprise releases keep music lovers on the edge of their seat
With the NBA season barely a week away from starting, it’s everyone’s favorite time of the year: prediction season! Now it’s my turn to make semi-educated guesses about the NBA before any actual action has taken place. Today I’ll look at the top five MVP candidates for the upcoming year.
The Central African Republic has been in turmoil since a military coup last March left it in political disarray. Now a University of Wisconsin-Madison political science professor says there is “a high risk of massive human rights violations,” which could possibly lead to genocide.
Nov. 11, 1620: The Mayflower Compact is signed.
In the wake of “Mad Men’s” critical success, period pieces on TV became en vogue faster than Don Draper could throw down a bottle of scotch. This wave is fairly ironic considering the paltry but devoted viewership “Mad Men” garners.
Last week, the Legislative Fiscal Bureau released an estimate of Wisconsin’s budget surplus that exceeded preliminary estimates by $137 million. Gov. Scott Walker’s administration has announced that it plans to use the extra funding in order to give a tax break to Wisconsin families in a terribly unsurprising move. Considering the extreme budget cutting techniques done in the name of state debt, a tax rebate is hardly the innovative way of building tax base that Wisconsin needs.
Strange, dangerous and even horrifying trends are nothing new to alcohol-crazed teens. The latest—using hand sanitizer to create a substitute for hard liquor—isn’t even surprising. After six teens from San Fernando Valley, Calif. were hospitalized in the past few weeks, doctors and authorities across the U.S. have taken it upon themselves to warn parents of the dangers of keeping hand sanitizer in their houses.
The Wisconsin men’s cross country team put together a dominating performance to win the 2011 NCAA National Championship late Monday morning in Terre Haute, Ind. to claim the program’s fifth national title.
Last Monday, Madison Area Technical College President Bettsey Barhorst asked for structural reforms similar to what UW-Madison and Chancellor Biddy Martin have been working toward the past few months.
New York Times White House Correspondent Jeff Zeleny, UW-Madison Journalism Professor James Baughman, Isthmus News Editor Bill Lueders and the Editors-in-Chief from both The Daily Cardinal and The Badger Herald shared their opinions on the idea of objectivity and what it means to be ""biased"" at a panel Tuesday.