College Court was not at the top of my go-to destinations list. I had a lot of enemies there. Or maybe I hoped I had a lot of enemies there. The line gets sort of blurry.
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Houston Texans defensive end and former Badger J.J. Watt visited the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wednesday to update the Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic on the status of his charity, the Justin J. Watt Foundation.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and across the nation students will engage in events to spread awareness and discuss the prevention of sexual assault.
In today’s world, stalking has become a subject that many joke about. This often happens when there is a problem that we as a society don’t really understand. Mix that in with the puzzling messages the media sends, and one can see how the crime of stalking is often misunderstood.
For shows awaiting a new season order, finales take on both an optimistic and ominous tone for viewers. This is particularly true in first seasons when creators throw everything but the kitchen sink used to prepare kinky breakfasts at the wall in hopes of acquiring an audience loyal enough to tune in week after week.
“Alex and Sam, both sophomores at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, previously dated for about a year. Despite their break-up, a couple of weeks ago Sam started closely following Alex’s whereabouts on Facebook and began showing up at places Alex went.
With classes wrapping up in the next couple weeks, it’s easy to forget about anything other than school. This includes, but is not limited to: eating, your personal hygiene and shopping for gifts. However, it’s time to shop for loved ones, or that person you just happened to draw for Secret Snowflake, before the semester gets too overwhelming.
Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. I’m not big on scary movies—too many nightmares—but who doesn’t love candy and dressing up in fun, creative costumes? However, picking out the perfect costume can not only take time, but pre-packaged costumes can get pricey. These are some fun, easy Halloween costumes you can recreate using items you already have or can get at a low price at places like Ragstock or Goodwill on State Street.
CollegeFashionistas are the ones who capture and write about the stylish students on the UW-Madison campus, but what about the styles of the Style Gurus themselves? Two of our UW-Madison CollegeFashionista Style Gurus, Taylor Viegut and Chelsi Zollner, sat down with The Daily Cardinal to share their own style tips.
When it comes to sexual violence, particularly domestic/dating violence, it is easy for students to dismiss the issues believing it an issue that does not affect them. Unfortunately, students are more at risk than many believe. According to domestic violence expert Dr. Sandra Stith, about 30 percent of college students have been in relationships involving physical aggression and even more have been in emotionally abusive relationships.
The Student Services Finance Committee discussed employing a controversial fund that would allow student groups to hire non-university-employed staff members Thursday.
The future of the Mifflin Street Block Party could be in jeopardy after several acts of violence, including the stabbing of UW-Madison student, at Saturday's block party.
While many UW-Madison students and Madison residents began early-morning festivities at the Mifflin Street Block Party, thousands of runners participated in the 30th Annual Crazylegs Classic run Saturday morning.
Mayor Paul Soglin joined Madison Police Lt. Kristen Roman and Majestic Theatre owners Scott Leslie and Matt Gerding Wednesday to discuss regulations and expectations for the Mifflin Street Block Party.
After hearing numerous concerns at a public hearing Tuesday, transportation services and the Associated Students of Madison's bus advisory committee and agreed to postpone the decision to alter bus Routes 81 and 82.
The Wisconsin football team took to the field at Camp Randall Stadium Saturday for the first time since its 70-23 routing of Northwestern over Thanksgiving weekend. This time, however, there was no opponent standing on the opposite sideline. This time, Camp Randall played host to the annual spring football game.
City planner Michael Waidelich presented details of the Downtown Plan and how the new zoning code could possibly affect the plan with the Zoning Code Rewrite Advisory Committee Thursday night.
Mayor Paul Soglin and newly elected alders were sworn in Tuesday afternoon before holding their first city council meeting as elected officials later that night.
Majestic Theatre owners Scott Leslie and Matt Gerding met with the West Mifflin Neighborhood Association Thursday to go over ideas and tentative plans for this year's Mifflin Street Block Party.