I have always viewed people’s music habits as a sort of indirect personal statement. It’s not necessarily based on the type of music they listen to (hey, I’m not here to judge), but rather how they consume it—how much of their overall life relates to music? Do they choose to spend their money and time at concerts? Do they only like to listen when they’re in the car? How many of their memories are linked to music? What does this say about them as an individual?
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Anyone who has ever experienced an awkward family get-together knows how it feels—a lapse in conversation here or there, a wayward comment or those aggravating remarks from some pretentious cousin often permeate the day.
I’m beginning to think that I cannot attend a music festival unless it is blisteringly hot outside. After the infamous heat of Tennessee, Austin and California where other popular festivals are held, I was looking forward to the hip-hop festival in the cool, early-summer weather of my Minnesotan homeland. However, the scorching heat present at this years’ Soundset festival wasn’t enough to stop the Rhymesayers crew from continuing their tradition last Sunday, May 27 on the plains of Shakopee, MN, with the help of nearly 20,000 avid fans.
The end is nigh. In only two excruciatingly short weeks I’ll be graduating from the Badger state’s finest institution of higher learning, finally earning that elusive descriptor of “real adult”—or more likely just “that depressed guy who drinks at the Union all day and pretends he’s still a student here, drowning his delusions in pint after pint of Spotted Cow.”
Acclaimed orator and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will visit UW-Madison as keynote speaker for the university’s first Senior Day May 10.
Tuesday marked the first official day of the music portion of South by Southwest. The shows don’t start until the evening, but when they do get going, they don’t stop for quite some time. Before the music started, we had to pick up our wristbands in order to attend shows. While we were waiting, we ran into Cults, Yellow Ostrich and Brother Ali. We were starstruck, to say the least.
Long after the signs were removed, the Capitol lawn was reseeded, and the thousands of protestors departed, the ever-present partisan division and immense rise in lobbyist fundraising born during the spring protests continue to define Wisconsin politics today.
A UW-Madison student was attacked and robbed late Saturday night by three or four male individuals.
Wisconsin's Republican legislators were forced last June to exchange blood in a ritualistic pact of loyalty, a new report revealed Thursday.
The UW Board of Regents' Capital Planning Committee voted to demolish Brothers Bar and Grill on University Avenue as early as this summer and approved the renovations slated for the UW-Madison Memorial Union Thursday.
My parents never gave me "the talk." Based on the awkward stories I've heard and knowing my own parents, I think I'm pretty lucky. The fallopian tubes scene from the Amanda Bynes movie "Sydney White" never happened, nor did the tennis conversation from "American Pie." I would probably have locked myself in my room with Fall Out Boy's "7 Minutes in Heaven" blaring if they had tried.
graffiti: Mother Fool?s Coffeehouse, located at 1101 Williamson St., has an entire wall dedicated to graffiti art. In its eight years of existence, co-owner Jon Hain says the wall has been a huge success.
Taxi stand returns to University Ave. after receiving donation: A private donation will bring back the late-night taxi stand located in front of Brothers bar. The stand plans to operate for the rest of the year.