No. 1 Wisconsin (10-0-0 WCHA 14-0-0 overall) upended the Lindenwood Lions (1-3-2 CHA, 3-9-2 overall) in Madison by taking away a pair of physical victories this past Friday and Sunday. The Badgers resumed their record-breaking start to the season and continued to impress, both offensively and defensively.
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In an effort to compete with peer institutions, UW-Madison announced Tuesday plans to change the policy by which graduate assistantship stipends are set.
We are fast approaching that warm and fuzzy time of year that brings with it the urge to curl up with a big ol’ bowl of Chex Mix and a love bug. Something about sweaters and commercial holidays leads people to want to pair off and find some mistletoe to snog under, but with the smorgasbord of sweet thangs our campus has to offer, deciding who to hit up can be intimidating.
In response to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, President George W. Bush promptly declared that the attacks were motivated by a hatred for “our freedoms” —particularly our freedoms of religion and speech. All of the evidence appears to point to a completely different idea. Terrorists did not attack us on 9/11 because they hated our freedom or were commanded by their religion. They attacked the World Trade Centers in order to get revenge for American actions they perceived to be injustices.
Wisconsin headed east looking to grab a share of its first Big Ten title since 1994, needing a win over the struggling Maryland Terrapins.
The Board of Regents’ sixth-annual bake sale was a smash hit last weekend. Drawing off the energetic homecoming crowds, the Regents were able to sell over $200 worth of brownies, cookies, bars and other delicious treats.
When a football game is described as a battle in the trenches, usually it refers to ground and pound football that is won and lost based on which team’s line can get the stronger push up front. When Wisconsin (0-1 Big Ten, 3-2 overall) takes on Nebraska (0-1, 2-3) this weekend, it won’t be a traditional trench war, but the game will hinge on the performances of both team’s big men on the line of scrimmage.
Following weeks of conversation about women’s health issues, the Republican National Committee released an official statement Wednesday, solidifying their stance against family planning and highlighting the merits of “condom-free, willy-nilly baby-making.”
Seven more reports have been filed to Madison police, in connection with a June ATM fraud incident at an Associated Bank branch near campus.
UW-Madison students took a break from classes this afternoon to visit Union South for the annual study abroad fair. Hosted by International Academic Programs, the fair welcomed over 2,500 students with wanderlust.
Gov. Scott Walker’s administration prepared two responses when the public learned his initial budget proposal removed the Wisconsin Idea from the state budget in February, including one to defend its removal, according to emails obtained Friday via an open records request.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank supported employees’ contribution on campus in a blog post Thursday, after various statements suggested faculty increase their workload.
It’s time for another week of Badger Babe bubble blowing! My queer friend Carmen Sandiego is here to talk about who and what she likes in da bedroom, and what campus is like for someone who lives to love the ladies. She has a lot to say so let’s jump right in!
Employees recognized as Classified Staff will be known as University Staff starting July 1 partly because human resource policies will soon be handled solely by UW-Madison, according to a UW-Madison release.
The Badgers (4-10 Big Ten, 8-16 overall) fell 70-63 to Nebraska (8-6, 18-7) Sunday afternoon in Lincoln despite stellar performances from senior forward Jacki Gulczynski and senior guard Nicole Bauman.
When graduate student Xiaojun Tan first noticed the epidermal growth factor receptors within the cancer cell, he was surprised. These receptors always branched off the cell’s surface, and had never been observed within the cell quite like this before. Yet, here in these chemically starved cancer cells, an inactive collection of these receptors had accumulated.
In the history of most hated genres, while some people hate hip-hop and others hate country music, there is one genre that stands above them all as a genre nearly universally hated: disco. I’m here to tell you why disco doesn’t suck and is actually in everything you listen to today.
The Waubesa Wetlands, located at the southwestern edge of Lake Waubesa, are home to a plethora of plant and animal species. As a source of ecological and aesthetic importance, the Wetlands are one of the area’s prized locations, named one of the state’s “100 Wetland Gems” by the Wisconsin Wetland Association. But this rich and beautiful area is currently threatened by a proposed plan to develop the 924-acre Northeast Neighborhood of Fitchburg, which lies near the wetlands. Despite testimony from several experts, the Capitol Area Regional Planning Commission (CARPC) may be pushing forward to do just that, with potentially disastrous results.
An estimated crowd of 50,000 people assembled on State Street for Freakfest this year, according to a city of Madison press release.
Two UW-Madison graduate students in chemical engineering have made recent developments for 3-D printer technology with the help of grants, providing an easier method to print objects in color.