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A bill set to strengthen existing penalties associated with first-degree sexual assault went before members of the Senate Committee on Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy, Monday morning.
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This week's nominee: Donald E. Neff, 38, of Pleasant Township, Ohio, launched his 27-foot boat in the Portage River to access Lake Erie on Nov. 12, but it ran aground, and Neff required a Coast Guard rescue. Despite warnings to wait for higher tide, Neff got another boat the next day and set out again. He of course ran the second boat aground and had to be re-rescued.
An effort to renovate Memorial Union and construct a new south campus union building will likely earn a spot on the Associated Students of Madison's March 28 ballot if a petition introducing the initiative earns the required amount of student signatures.
Well, the Thanksgiving holiday is upon us. Enjoy it while you can, for the Christmas shopping season will descend upon you the very instant you come down off your turkey high, and the sight of the endless labyrinthine corridors of your local mall will soon rule your days and haunt your sleep!
Barry Alvarez knew coming into his final season that the NFL draft had taken his top four defensive linemen from a year ago. What the Badgers' head coach could not have predicted was losing his top two reserves from a year ago as well.
Ah, it's the most wonderful time of the year. Kids are skipping class, the sun is blinding and clothes are being shed at a frightening pace. It's good to finally have a beer to enjoy in the middle of a warm afternoon without feeling guilty for getting wasted at 2 p.m.! Hooray!
It is a mark of bravery, if not recklessness, for Michael Radford to bring Shakespeare's \The Merchant of Venice"" to the contemporary screen. Not only is the play's pivotal character, the infamous Shylock, infused with vicious anti-Semitism, the play's other tensions between romantic comedy and revenge drama, love and loyalty, justice and mercy, threaten to overwhelm its 138 minutes. Despite these obstacles, the film succeeds by embracing, rather than ignoring, these challenging inconsistencies.
Most graduate students are happy just to earn their degrees. But Jeff Sledge, a Ph.D. student in land resources at UW-Madison, has already found real-world applications for his research.
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In an effort to keep tax levels low and keep pace with Mayor Dave Cieslewicz's 2005 Capital Budget, Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4, plans to introduce a series of city fine increases for landlords and propose to at least double the fines on more than 100 ordinance violations.
A UW-Madison senior was sexually assaulted in her campus-area apartment Friday.
The No. 17 Wisconsin Badgers (2-1) volleyball team started the year off right with two three-game sweeps against the New Hampshire Wildcats (1-2) and the Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos (0-3) at last weekend's Badger Invitational. They could not, however, escape an upset sweep at the hands of the Washington Huskies (3-0).
The Bush Administration's \No Child Left Behind"" education bill passed earlier this year has vastly more to do with defining how public schools fail than it does with providing resources or solutions to making public education better.
Bruce Severson's Model Material, now showing at the Gallery of Design, 1300 Linden Dr., is a show with schizophrenia. Half of the pieces exhibit a tendency towards anal retentiveness, while the other half were spawned from chaos.
New York Times veteran reporter Stephen Kinzer addressed Turkey's current political and social relationship with Afghanistan, Central Asia and the United States Thursday evening at a free public lecture in the Humanities Building.