The student-run Undergraduate Theatre Association presented its production of “Songs for a New World,” written by Jason Robert Brown, April 6- 9. Throughout the year, UTA has presented us with a diverse set of productions including “Doubt: A Parable,” a relatively small theatre production featuring four actors, and “Romeo and Juliet,” an invested performance of Shakespeare’s famous love story. This time, it is a musical—“Songs for a New World.”
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For Reza Aslan, an award-winning religious scholar, author and producer, the rise of xenophobia and fear of Islamic terrorism in the United States isn’t a Muslim problem, it’s an American problem.
Danny Brown has come to be known as one of hip-hop’s most eccentric figures. When I first heard him, I (like countless others upon first listening) was skeptical about his music—all because of his nasally, high-pitched voice. He looks the part, too. He knows that he’s outside the mainstream. Better yet, he takes pride in his originality.
Throughout this 2016-17 campaign, the Badgers have often been plagued by defensive zone mishaps that have turned into uncontested goals for their opponents. Although Wisconsin has played much better in their defensive zone as of late, they have still had some stretches where their defensive zone coverage has been susceptible to breakdowns.
Brotherton signs contract with Sunderland AFC, could become first Badger to play in English Premier League
Feb. 1, 2017 will go down as a bittersweet day in the history of Wisconsin men’s soccer, as sophomore defender and team captain Sam Brotherton signed a contract with Sunderland AFC of the English Premier League (EPL) until 2019.
Newly-minted with a No. 20 ranking to conclude the regular season, the Badgers have earned the No. 3-overall seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament.
The Wisconsin men’s soccer team (3-2-1 Big Ten, 7-3-2 overall) lost 3-2 to the No. 1-ranked Maryland Terrapins (6-0-1, 11-0-2) Friday night, marking an unfortunate end to a stellar performance from the Badgers in College Park.
Wisconsin men’s soccer defender, Sam Brotherton, earned his seventh cap for the New Zealand national team Tuesday night, playing 32 minutes against the United States in a tightly contested 1-1 draw.
Defender Sam Brotherton of the Wisconsin men’s soccer team has been called up to the New Zealand national team once again, as the sophomore looks to add to his six caps with the All Whites.
The Badgers (3-1-0 Big Ten, 5-2-1 overall) prevailed 1-0 over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (0-8-1, 0-4-1) in prime-time at McClimon Sports Complex on a chilly Saturday night.
Diversity is too often drowned by tides of blacks and whites. There are so many forces telling us to think one thing or its polar opposite, and as a result, we are led to believe that our values are not worthy of recognition if they are not painted black or white. This is an ongoing struggle, especially here in Madison, given recent events on campus. However, in attending SXSW in Austin, Texas, I found the keynotes and film screenings to be a refreshing blend of perspectives and stories that challenged these boundaries. The diversity in topic and genre kept me on my toes as the festival proved over and over that the best projects are the ones that add color to these dichromatic topics.
“The Mojo and The Sayso,” written by Aishah Rahman and directed by Jessica Lanius, is a captivating play about love and loss. This play follows a mourning family whose son is shot by a local police officer. This story about police brutality does an amazing job at exploring how this kind of state of violence affects people personally. Many people don’t know how it feels to lose a child to this kind of violence, but this play gives us a safe space to cry, heal and relate to this family. When asked about the significance of the title, Jessica Lanius explained,
Prosperity and joy were felt around the world this morning after God, creator of the heavens and the earth, remembered his cell phone passcode following a multi-millennia lockout.
According to UW zoologist Kay Steppenhoef, UW-Madison’s beloved mascot, Buckingham U. Badger, may not be an actual badger.
Late Friday night, Joaquín Guzmán, aka “El Chapo” drew his third consecutive get out of jail free card in a heated game of Monopoly, to the outrage of his opponents.
UW-Madison sophomore Dean Strutterman was pleasantly surprised Friday night upon discovering three Facebook friends had “liked” that he expressed interest in attending an event.