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If it seems like there’s a logjam at the top of the AP rankings this year, it’s because there is. A remarkable 12 teams have made it through the first eight weeks of play without a blemish on their record. That’s the most undefeated ranked teams in college football since the AP Poll expanded to 25 teams in 1989.
Former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson spoke about the importance of bipartisanship in local and national issues in a lecture commemorating the life of Wisconsin state senator Paul Offner at UW-Madison Tuesday.
Each week, University of Wisconsin-Madison students and community members spend hours in the Dane County jails providing books and other readings for inmates.
Oliver Stone, the director of several popular war films, spoke at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Thursday about his recent Showtime documentary series, “The Untold History of the United States.”
Before garnering national recognition as one of 50 students awarded the 2014 Udall Scholarship, University of Wisconsin-Madison junior Colin Higgins founded the Associated Students of Madison Sustainability Committee and helped run a competition between residence halls to reduce electricity use.
Students could have their first two years of public university paid for by the federal government, according to a plan proposed by University of Wisconsin-Madison professors.
At around midnight Monday, Wisconsin Athletics sent out an email announcing that student tickets to the Final Four in Texas were on sale for $40, prompting a flood of interest.
The recently released lineup for the Revelry Music and Arts Festival has received mixed reactions from students and festival organizers.
The “Getting Real IV” lecture series at the University of Wisconsin-Madison featured the “Hip Hop in the Heartland Panel,” a discussion on the future of hip-hop education and teaching Monday.
Human behavior in environmental policy was a key topic at Thursday’s Sustainability Forum held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.
Correction: This article was changed Feb. 20 to accurately reflect a proposal to bring Internet access to low income neighborhoods though a city of Madison grant.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Gloria Ladson-Billings goes beyond the classroom in her quest to diminish racial disparities on and off campus.
University of Wisconsin-Madison senior Joshua Shutter is one of 14 students in the nation in 2014 to receive the Churchill Scholarship for his research in chemistry.
Researchers at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, which is a particle detector buried in Antarctic ice, announced they have uncovered 28 electrically neutral subatomic particles that serve as the first evidence that cosmic input from other solar systems likely exists on Earth, according to a news release.
The Research Ethics Consultation Service, a new program for scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will be available for ethical dilemmas that arise during research, according to a news release.
When I first came to UW-Madison, I kind of had the habit of bragging to my friends who attend smaller schools about the benefits of going to a big school.
United Nations representative Zainab Hawa Bangura gave a lecture Wednesday on sexual violence in times of global conflict, a speech that happened to coincide with a weeklong discussion of rape culture on campus.
Dario L. Ringach, a professor of neurobiology at the University of California Los Angeles, discussed the moral dilemma of animal testing as part of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Forum on Animal Research Ethics Thursday.
The other day, I’m scrolling through BuzzFeed, and suddenly my heart drops. Surprisingly, it is not due to the baby dressed as Wilson from “Cast Away” but rather the realization that Freakfest is one week away, and yet again, I have no costume.
I enter my new apartment on move-in day with a smile on my face and my mother on a leash. Ah, college. The one time in my life when I get to live with my best friends and party till the break of dawn, free of any responsibilities whatsoever! The day has come to make my bitter high school home-ec teacher proud, and I’m ready for the independent living that’s straight ahead. After my beautiful mother completes her rightful role as slave for the day, she is out the door with a kiss on her cheek and a Xanax in her near future. Time to get this party started… am I right, roomies?