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The City of Madison will officially receive reimbursement from the state for security costs the city put forward during the State Capitol protests earlier this year.
Drugs, alcohol, groupies - none of these cures for homesickness will be on the Badger Days tour when it travels across Wisconsin this summer. For those unfamiliar with Badger Days, it's a tour of Badger coaches to cities around the state.
A group created by the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates outlined recommendations it said would improve advising at UW-Madison Monday, including better connecting students to advisers and adding about 20 new advising positions.
Free bike valet parking is now available at all Badger football games courtesy of Transportation Services and the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin.
Even though the effects of President Obama's $447 billion Jobs Act are still unclear, Wisconsin officials are optimistic Wisconsin schools will benefit from the act.
Will Allen, founder and CEO of Growing Power and one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of 2010 urged UW-Madison students to become more involved in research on the environment and sustainable farming Monday.
Six months after the design was revealed, Madison's Central Library Plan received final approval from the Urban Design Commission Wednesday.
Like everything else these days, we learned about it through Twitter. The gavel came down March 18, and the official account of the AP Stylebook announced: ""Language evolves. Today we change AP style from e-mail to email, no hyphen. Our editors will announce it at #ACES2011 today.""
The Badger women's hockey team opens postseason play this weekend with a best of three series against St. Cloud State. Awarded the first overall seed in this year's WCHA playoffs, Wisconsin (24-2-2 WCHA, 30-2-2 overall) will host the Huskies (1-26-1, 1-31-1) at the Eagles Nest in Verona.
Last Friday, leaflets encouraging students to walk out of class at 11:11 a.m. littered the campus. For the past week, UW students had been subject to cancelled classes, teaching assistants missing from office hours and megaphone-bearing organizers disrupting classes to encourage students to participate in the protests. One such organizer was walking through the halls of Van Vleck when a shout came from the library that spoke for the rest of us: ""Shut up! I'm trying to study!""
Madison, along with the rest of the country, is buzzing about the Badgers' showdown this Sunday with No. 1 Ohio State to keep Wisconsin's Big Ten title hopes alive. Before that, however, the Badger men's basketball team (8-3 Big Ten, 18-5 overall) first had to win on the road Wednesday against Iowa.