The U.S. Supreme Court stopped Wisconsin’s voter ID law from taking effect in the November election in a one-page decision released Thursday evening.
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Legislative Affairs Committee and Madison Student Vote Coalition have registered more than 2,100 students for the upcoming November elections as of Wednesday through an Associated Students of Madison campaign.
Known the world over for his internet hit, “A Drop In The Ocean,” Ron Pope graced the stage of the High Noon Saloon this Friday with a performance that was energetic and fun. Despite a disrespectful crowd, he worked the room to salvage the night and demonstrate his mastery as a performer.
Despite being without the services of several key players, the No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers (2-0) cruised to a weekend sweep of the Lindenwood Lady Lions (0-2) to start the season.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday that Wisconsin produced a one percent increase in employment and a 2.9 percent increase in weekly wage rate from March 2013 to March 2014.
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., and a number of protesters calling for an increase in the federal minimum wage were arrested Thursday after they refused to vacate the road they were blocking, according to a statement from the West Milwaukee Police Department.
As is often the case when major institutional budgets are adapted to meet cultural demands, the Associated Students of Madison’s new Green Fund met its fair share of scrutiny in 2014.
It’s been over four years since the inception of one of premium cable’s most celebrated series—HBO’s "Game of Thrones,”—and I must admit that until a few weeks ago I couldn’t have cared less. It’s not that I thought I wouldn’t enjoy it—I take pleasure in nerding out to medieval fantasy dramas as much as the rest of you—but at the time I had my nose in other pastures. Long story short, I had already been watching far too much TV and I just wasn’t ready for the commitment.
Wisconsin State Rep. Bill Kramer, R-Waukesha, notified the Government Accountability Board he will not seek re-election in November.
On Feb. 19th, the United Nations provided a report on inhumane atrocities taking place in North Korea. According to the report, Kim Jong-un’s regime is conducting systematic human rights abuses against its own people that are as horrible as those of Nazi Germany during World War II. The report was developed in accordance with testimonies and public hearings. Such crimes against humanity include arbitrary imprisonment, torture, deliberate starvation and execution without trials. It has been long known by South Koreans and those who care about the issue that the notorious North Korean regime is conducting such atrocities, but it is the first time the international community has officially addressed the issue.
Alexis Ohanian, a co-founder and investor of Reddit, a user-aggregated social media website, will visit campus Thursday as part of University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Distinctive Lecture Series.
The Cardinal staff weighs in on the courses that made them think a bit differently afterward.
Invasive species are one of the most important issues facing aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems today. No self-respecting ecologist would say otherwise.
State Assembly Republicans decided to hold off late Wednesday on pursuing a bill that would have allowed an expanded number of people to bring guns into state schools.
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have constructed a three-dimensional model of the rhinovirus C pathogen, which will help increase the likelihood drugs can be designed to effectively prevent colds, according to a news release.
The Associated Students of Madison Student Judiciary heard an appeal from a student law association after the ASM Finance Committee denied their request for funding to attend a conference.
A liberal leaning group filed an ethics complaint against former State Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder, R-Abbotsford, Monday for what it said was his unethical involvement in awarding United Sportsmen of Wisconsin Inc. a now rescinded $500,000 grant.