Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing the final part of our series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this behind-the-scenes episode, we talk with our editors about how we put the project together and what their roles look like at the Cardinal. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Cole Wozniak and Honor Durham with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Addison Lathers, Zoe Bendoff, Irena Clarkowski and Clare McManamon
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Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing part two of a series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this episode, we look at how luxury apartments are changing the character of downtown Madison, hear about the costs associated with Greek life and learn why some students choose to live farther away from campus. Co-hosted by Honor Durham, Gaby Vinick and Cole Wozniak, with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Charlie Hildebrand, Nicole Herzog, Sam Henschel
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert recap the Badgers’ narrow win against Nebraska and preview the Battle for the Axe with guest Matt Kennedy from the Minnesota Daily.
At this point in the season, most college football fans would say that they have a pretty good read on most teams. Early season miscues are often pretty much taken care of by this point of the season, and most would say that they have a pretty good sense on most teams.
Welcome back to the Student Dive. We’re sharing part one of a series of episodes on our Action Project this semester, Our Impact: The Student Living Issue. In this episode, we take a look at the history of the land that we live on, how off-campus housing came to be and the future of UW Housing. Co-hosted by Honor Durham, Gaby Vinick and Cole Wozniak, with help from Julia Wiessing. Guests: Claire LaLiberte, Gina Musso, Sophia Vento
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert recap the Badgers’ win against Northwestern and preview this weekend’s upcoming game at home against Nebraska.
Wisconsin looks to extend winning streak on Saturday against Northwestern at Camp Randall, Mellusi out for season
The Big Ten conference, specifically the West division, is often denigrated for playing old-school styles of football with stout defense and putrid production from the offense. If history is any sort of predictor, this weekend’s matchup of the University of Wisconsin football team against the Northwestern Wildcats will likely fit the bill.
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert preview the upcoming Badger football game against Northwestern and analyze last week’s win against Rutgers.
Not only has Wisconsin merely thrown its poor 1-3 start behind them, every single goal that they set out the season with wanting to accomplish is suddenly within reach. In their 52-3 dominant rout of a mediocre Rutgers team, Wisconsin is looking more and more like a complete team and one of the Big Ten’s elite.
Welcome back to another episode of the Student Dive. We share more campus updates, including the Cardinal’s interview with Chancellor Rebecca Blank. We talk about housing equity and volunteering as a UW student. Finally, we talk about the big football win on Homecoming weekend. Co-hosted by Hope Karnopp, Honor Durham and Cole Wozniak, with help from Michael Kuhn and Julia Wiessing.
Can No. 14 Michigan prove itself as one of the Big Ten’s elite with a win against Wisconsin? A Michigan editor weighs in
For all the time spent discussing parity in major sports, there have always been certain teams and programs associated with winning and success. America has several premier sports franchises that have been ingrained into culture as bastions of success, such as the LA Lakers, the Boston Celtics, the New England Patriots, the Green Bay Packers, the Yankees, the Alabama Crimson Tide and more.
A sexual assault in a Southeast residence hall Sunday was reported in a “Crime Warning” email sent to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus community on Monday. Because the alleged victim has not filed a police report, there remains no active police investigation into the incident. Instead, the case is being handled by the Sexual Misconduct Resource and Response Program formally known as the Title IX program.
Can No.12 Notre Dame find its way back into the College Football Playoff? A Notre Dame writer weighs in.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team is currently sitting at No.12 in the country after compiling a 3-0 start off of solid play by graduate transfer and former Wisconsin starting quarterback Jack Coan. Behind Coan's efficient play, the Fighting Irish are averaging over 33 points per game and are looking to achieve back-to-back appearances in the College Football Playoff.
They might still need a little help, but the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team wraps up their regular season this weekend in East Lansing with the opportunity to head home as Big Ten Champions.
For their first series atop the Big Ten leaderboard, No. 7 Wisconsin (14-8, 12-6 Big Ten) split the weekend with No. 8 Michigan (11-7, 9-7 Big Ten), coming up short on Saturday but turning around the narrative for Sunday.
It has been almost 15 years since the University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s hockey team has sat alone atop the Big Ten Conference standings.
It has been almost 15 years since the University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s hockey team has sat alone atop of the Big Ten Conference standings, but the team ended that drought in a major way last night as they finished a sweep of the No. 2 Minnesota Golden Gophers.
This Friday and Saturday, No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers men’s hockey team (9-5 Big Ten, 11-7 overall) will travel to Minneapolis and take on the No. 2 Minnesota Golden Gophers (11-3 Big Ten, 15-3 overall) in a Border Battle that has the potential to change the entire race of the Big Ten hockey standings.
University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (11-7, 9-5 Big Ten) finished a series sweep of the Michigan State Spartans (6-10-2, 5-10-1 Big Ten) on Saturday afternoon in dominating fashion, outscoring the Spartans 4-1 in game two and by a stunning 10-1 margin in the series.
Don’t look now Badger fans, but the No. 12 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (9-6) might be the hottest team in the Big Ten.