In her weekly press conference Monday, women's basketball head coach Lisa Stone addressed her team's play in recent weeks, as well as her team's next game against No. 10 Michigan State (6-2 Big Ten, 18-3 overall).
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A women's collegiate hockey record crowd descended on the Kohl Center Saturday night to witness the No.1 Wisconsin women's hockey team (24-2-2, 18-2-2-2 WCHA) defeat No. 4 Minnesota (18-7-2, 13-7-2-1 WCHA). The 10,668 in attendance set the single-game record for an NCAA women's hockey game, eclipsing the previous record of 8,263 set by the Badgers at the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic last February.
Madison may be stuck between Minneapolis and Chicago, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its fair share of quality concerts, plays and the like to keep an arts addict occupied. The Daily Cardinal Arts Staff compiled a list of the shows they are most looking forward to this semester, and thankfully this spring Madison offers a wealth of options to choose from.
Vagina, vagina, vagina, vagina! There, I said it. Yup, I just said the word ""vagina"" four times in one column. Which I can bet is a less common statement than using the word ""dick"".
Representatives from the Division of State Facilities, UW System, UW-Madison School of Music and other campus offices have selected an architect firm to design the new School of Music performance center.
Ann Coulter, the famous right-wing writer and commentator, is at it again. The woman, who prides herself on not pretending to be fair or balanced, has certainly enraged millions of Americans over the years with her controversial opinions. And right now, she's currently setting her sights on a target that is slightly closer to home: the 18 to 26-year-old demographic.
When I was in third grade I was asked, ""What are you learning in math; have you gotten to division yet?""
MINNEAPOLIS—Eight games into the season, the Wisconsin women's hockey team had faced little adversity. Sure, there were tough games against top-10 teams like Ohio State, and some goaltenders had good nights, but unlike the rest of the WCHA they had yet to experience their first loss.
In the first, third and fourth quarters Saturday, the Badgers looked like a football team starting to find its rhythm at just the right time. It is quarters like the second, however, that Wisconsin cannot afford against Ohio State and Iowa the next two weeks.
In response to a complaint about Mayor Dave Cieslewicz's biking trip to Europe in April, the Madison Ethics Board voted Thursday in favor of an ordinance to establish conditions and procedures for a third party to pay for incumbents' permitted expenses.
Indie-rock band The National will perform at President Barack Obama's ""Moving America Forward"" rally Tuesday, according to a Democratic National Party official.
In an effort to decide the Overture Center's fate, representatives from the non-profit arm of the Overture Cente presented staffing model research for the Overture Ad Hoc committee Thursday.
With the November elections approaching, closely fought races at every level of Wisconsin politics are heating up. The majority of political debate has centered on job creation in light of Wisconsin's 8.1 percent unemployment rate, and the race for governor is proving no exception. Republican candidate Scott Walker and Democrat Tom Barrett have centered their campaigns on increasing employment as a means to improving the economy. Their plans for doing so, however, are far different.
Coming into Saturday's matchup, everybody knew the performance of Wisconsin's secondary would be important. In the end, three defensive backs teamed up to make the two biggest plays of the game for the Badgers.
As my final days as a student at UW-Madison fade into the distant horizon on a Memorial Union Terrace sunset, I can't help but feel like a part of me is about to die. No, I'm not talking about that part of me I lost to frostbite in my extremities during the Camp Randall Outdoor Classic when I tried to urinate on the opposing team's mascot (wish it was Goldy Gopher). No, I'm talking about a much more metaphorical type of death—the death of my weekly opportunity to yammer on about trivial topics that vaguely relate to the UW-Madison campus. As a tribute to the death of my column and to that small part of me, I've decided to write our obituary to save some time and also to get one final jab at my critics.
After celebrating two wins over the North Dakota, the Wisconsin softball team fell to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Thursday.