“In my book, loyalty is a two-way street,” “My cheating ex-husband has more integrity,” and “Capitalism must die!” are just a few of the remarks from frustrated members of a well-known chain coffee shop’s loyalty program.
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Der Rathskeller, the popular dining area located in the University of Wisconsin’s Memorial Union, is currently facing a troublesome lawsuit according to media reports from late Tuesday night. The impending suit was filed by Gerrard C. Allenson, a professor of rhinoceros anatomy at Marquette University, and pertains to what has been described as an incident of “poor pickle placement.”
The juxtaposition between man and nature catches the eye of passersby time and time again. A line of birds perched upon a phone line or vines crawling up the side of a building … Oftentimes, the sight alone destroys the self-respect of many. Within milliseconds, the feeling of remorse or embarrassment at the thought of human history and being a member of Earth’s dominant species takes away any hope of feeling content ever again.
This past Saturday night Rebecca Gonzalez-Smith, a first-year student at UW-Madison, was preparing to go out for the night. Nearly one week after she moved into her dorm room in Sellery Hall, and on the night after the first home football game, Rebecca was eager to go out with her new friends and experience the weekend scene. Yelling loudly and traveling in a pack of at least twelve other people, Rebecca and her friends made their way over to Langdon St where they were permitted entrance into a fraternity house.
What started out as a story detailing the opening of a nearby coffee shop turned into a profound discovery: a self-proclaimed coffee drinker who is “only in the game” for the prestige and caramel drizzle.
As the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s sororities see if their pledge class of 2019 fantasy drafts will become a reality, those who have already dropped formal recruitment are finally able to voice their pressing questions and criticism from the sidelines.
Incoming freshman blissfully unsure all her hopes for upcoming year to be ruthlessly crushed by inevitable
18-year-old Jillian Rollins has high expectations for her first year at UW-Madison. Although she’s a bit of a home-body, she’s excited to move into her dorm room: “I’m going to decorate my walls with cute little lights, and I’m lofting my bed to make space for a futon,” she told us. When asked if she was worried about having to share a bathroom with 30 other girls she told me she was “sure it will be fine.” Little does she know that later this semester she’s going to wake up at 2:00 a.m. to pee and ram her head on the ceiling for the third time that week only to find that literally every single toilet is already full of shit upon arriving to the little girls’ room. And there’s no chance she’s going to get anything to stick to the walls in Sellery.
Returning students hope renovations to Regent Street McDonald’s included functioning ice cream machine
As summer draws to a close, students look forward to all that comes with the fall at UW-Madison: reuniting with old friends, starting new classes and jumping around at Camp Randall. But even among the best traditions, it seems that Badgers are yearning for something a bit more out of this semester. Ergo, a certain ice cream machine at 1102 Regent Street will be put to the ultimate test.
Father in favor of gun control achieves intimidation factor by cleaning toy rifle when greeting daughter’s boyfriend
Recently, a local dad took a concerned-fathers forum by storm with an innovative idea to “protect our daughters!!”
Mr. Ratburn regrets controversy caused by his gay rat wedding, plans for vengeance including a bigger gay rat honeymoon
The same-sex marriage featured in a recent episode of the children’s cartoon television show, Arthur, sparked much conversation across the nation.
I’m a black male in America and I’m sick of writing poems about a being black male in America
“With today’s technology children are being exposed to copious amounts of music with vulgar and obscene lyrics”, said Karen Stevens, a soccer mom of five from Waukegan, Wisconsin. Karen was horrified by the music she heard from the radio in her Honda Odyssey one morning when dropping her son off at school.
This week's episode is all about the intersection of race at UW.
Check out this episode of "Almanac the Podcast," where we create our own transition resources for first-year students called "MadisonWise."
Check out our first installment of "Almanac the Podcast," where we will celebrate Earth Day by sharing our favorite sustainability tips and tricks.
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