The Wisconsin men's soccer team (1-4-2 Big Ten, 6-8-5 Overall) saw their season come to an end at the hands of Michigan (4-2-1, 9-8-1) 1-0, with the one decisive goal coming from Wolverine's freshman forward James Murphy in the 68 minute. The Badgers were shut out for the ninth time this season.
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It’s not a new story, but it seems as though there is no escaping the constant struggle for money. And the question of whether college athletes should be paid is about one story away from being as burned out as Ryan Leaf. Seeing as how there has been an article in The Daily Cardinal this year addressing the issue already, I feel it’s my responsibility to test just how close we are to beating the question to a pulp.
Wisconsin men’s hockey assistant coach Bill Butters announced he is leaving his position with the Badgers effective immediately according to the UW athletic department and head coach Mike Eaves.
Last year, Joe Nocera—an opinion columnist for the New York Times—wrote an enlightening series of articles on the extractive practices and rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, of which the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a member.
With only nine days until the Democratic primary for the recall election of Gov. Scott Walker, leading candidates Tom Barrett and Kathleen Falk released their campaign finance figures Friday, showing Falk has raised $250,000 more since announcing her candidacy.
University transportation officials are looking for input from students on changes to campus bus routes that could double the wait time on two major routes.
On a campus as large as UW-Madison’s, finding synchronicity and cohesion can at times be difficult. Performance has always had the intrinsic quality of counteracting that disconnect, and arguably no group on campus has worked harder to put on an incredible performance than the African Student Association (ASA).
You hear it hundreds of times before you come to college: “Watch out for the ‘Freshman Fifteen.’” This sentence is always uttered by well-meaning, “been there, done that”-type personalities, people who like to imply that they know more than you because they graduated college before the turn of the century. What these people are referring to is the imminent and rapid onset of body fat due to increased consumption of beer, chasers and late night Juston sticks. The idea you could have pizza for nearly every meal of your freshman existence is just too much for some people to restrain themselves (myself included). As a result, this all too common affliction creates beer bellies on formerly fit football jocks and puts lovely love handles on ladies; handles that will not look cute in even the blackest of LBDs.I believe wholeheartedly the fear of the “Freshman Fifteen” is what keeps the SERF alive and well all year ‘round.
Presidential hopeful Ron Paul will now be holding his on-campus town hall meeting at the Memorial Union Terrace Thursday, instead of at the Stock Pavilion.
In 1988, UW-Madison’s Zeta Beta Tau fraternity was accused of sponsoring a slave auction party that included members of the fraternity wearing blackface and Afro wigs. The incident sparked a small, but passionate, student-led protest on ZBT’s property, at which eight students were eventually arrested.
A Madison teenager was arrested after bludgeoning a woman with a sock filled with rocks Wednesday night.
After being held in Madison for nearly a century, Wisconsin's high school state basketball tournament is moving to the Resch Center in Green Bay starting next spring, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Thursday.
The White House will welcome a group of UW-Madison’s own when the MadHatters, a men’s a capella group, performs at a holiday reception for guests of the president and first lady Wednesday, Dec. 7.