It is no secret that pop culture has been slowly infiltrating the political field, with attacks against LeBron James, varying advocacy from celebrities such as Emma Watson and Lady Gaga, and intentionally antagonizing the President via Chrissy Teigen's Twitter, but a staggering blow to the separation of work and play was made when the mid-to-late 2000s pop band, the Jonas Brothers, made a brave symbolic move last Thursday.
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“Yup, it’s true,” said U-Haul representative Hank Van Box on Sunday morning. “The company now wants people to pre-order the secret link that is emailed out for movers to pre-register for the launch of the registration site for 2019’s moving week. If you want a truck in the greater Midwest area, that is.”
Every college student - or any human being, rather - knows the struggle of waking up to an alarm every morning. The invention of the snooze button prevents an alarm from its actual purpose of waking you up at the time you actually need to be awake, but instead allows you to procrastinate the activity you need to be doing, the purpose many recent technologies were invented for. One student’s experience demonstrates the pitfalls of relying on such a button, so graciously shared with Cardinal Correspondents as a cautionary tale.
Madison PD body camera footage reveals the state in which Badgir was found during the crisis.
"Soaked" is a rousingly introspective creative and metaphorical piece, offering a unique outlook on the significance of dreams by writer Ayomide Awosika. Creative and fictional pieces are always encouraged for submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Madison police are now accepting get out of jail free cards from the game “Monopoly” as valid for real jail, not just the imaginary jail of the game.
A recent outbreak of the dreaded meat sweats has paralyzed the residents of the dorm floor below you. All through Sunday night the sounds of people breathing heavily echoed up from the stairwell, the chomping and swallowing noises unceasing in their vulgarity.
A "Get Out of Jail Free" card found in a pile of puke outside of Kollege Klub by Cardinal correspondents
Items pictured here have been removed from all nearby grocery stores in an attempt to combat the outbreak.
Scandal has broken out days before the annual Daily Cardinal/Badger Herald softball game, with multiple sources confirming that the Herald has taken the unprecedented step of stealing Cardinal plays and strategies.
The transition from high school to college is unarguably a difficult one, as newfound independence is often accompanied with procrastination, unhealthy habits, and regrettable decisions. For UW-Madison freshman Angela Adams, the faults of her freshman year were not faults of her own, but rather of the famous tequila brand Jose Cuervo and Buzzfeed’s irresistible “Which Type Of Avocado Are You?” quizzes.
If one looks closely, the faint metallic glow can be seen in Zucc’s eyes.
Many questions are being asked of Mark Zuckerberg. The 33-year-old CEO testified in front of Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday about the data harvesting of 50 million Facebook users by a British political consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica, and other privacy concerns brought about by the Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election.
The tool of ultimate distraction and inevitable GPA decimation.
Mr. Bolton reminds us that it's never too late to follow your severely underpaid dreams.
Ahh, there is nothing quite like starting a new job. The fresh scent of opportunity being born, dry cleaned Armani suits, coffee grounds, and White Out. The first day jitters slowly fade as you nonchalantly rearrange your new desk and find your niche in the pristine office environment.
Californian John Doe pictured as he succumbs to the treacherous Wisconsin terrain.
As Wisconsin weather slowly gets more and more ridiculous, problems typically reserved for the winter months are becoming prevalent once again for students on their daily commute. Students are being punished by Mother Nature for leaving their parkas and footwear with traction at home, and one student had enough after an unfortunate encounter with the pavement at the University and Charter intersection.
The San Diego Padres baseball game was capped by a convoy of cement trucks, oversize cranes, and trucks bearing the first supports of what will be the major infrastructural commitment of the new administration to the United States. The project, expected to cost in the billions of dollars, has many legislators on both sides of the aisle wringing their knuckles at the proposed cost. For Hector Rodriguez and his family, however, who sat in the grandstands observing the game, the sudden appearance of the construction convoy provided a well-deserved dose of comic relief.
The entire college community in Madison, Wisconsin was rocked on Monday by the news that a UW-Madison student that was not running for an ASM office position voted in the ASM election. ASM, or Associated Students of Madison, is a group of students democratically elected by the student body to represent their interests in the day-to-day running of the university and big picture funding issues. The group has existed since the 19th century and has a proud tradition of advancing student rights.