The Wisconsin football team’s off-field changes have brought with them even greater differences on the field this season. Amidst excitement over a new head coach, new players and even the recently updated scoreboard, possibly the biggest change is the newly constructed defensive scheme.
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Having known of and avidly followed the music of Matisyahu for the past four to five years, I can honestly say I took a special interest in discovering the source of inspiration behind his recent image revamp. For those of you readers who have no idea what I’m talking about, a Google search for current pictures of “Matisyahu”—real name Matthew Miller—will show you the clean-shaven man behind the mask of facial hair once so closely linked with his persona.
Well, it’s Valentine’s Day—yet another time of the year where commercialism takes over our lives and television commercials shove as many clichés down our throats as they possibly can. Hell, last week I saw a commercial advising me to buy one of the “Twilight” movies. I mean…really? What has this world come to?
April is a sexually exhausting month. I hope you've had the chance to enjoy some of the important and inspiring events that have gone on for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Out and About Month, National Day of Silence, Break the Silence Wisconsin and Sexual Health Week. And before April comes to a close, I want to plug one more event that's near and dear to my heart: STD Awareness Month.
After a lengthy battle with the city of Madison, the fate of Hammes Co.'s Edgewater Hotel redevelopment proposal will be decided at the Madison Common Council meeting Feb. 23.
After a dismal year for the Dane County 911 Center - in which public support and faith in the program plummeted - the opportunity to turn the page has finally arrived. Dane County executives and the 911 Center must take full advantage of it.
Wisconsin men's hockey head coach Mike Eaves' media address Monday covered a wide variety of topics, ranging from the team's upcoming series against Michigan Tech, to the team's ability to cope with last Saturday's shocking overtime loss at the hands of Minnesota-Duluth.
Though it would be at least another decade before I knew Kosher"" as something more than a prefix for dill pickle spears and table salt, by the age of six I had catalogued roughly one thousand culinary misdeeds. Dividing the dinner plate into hermitically sealed quarantine zones, I ordered around individual food groups like the subjects of a fascist police state.
Police are searching for suspects who left a person critically injured from a hit and run accident early Saturday morning at the intersection of South Park Street and Regent Street.
Most hardworking Americans seem to feel that their work ethic entitles them to consume at astronomically high rates, even while millions of hard working citizens of other nations can barely feed themselves. This sense of entitlement is not only unwarranted, but also immoral.
While most of us were creating a Halloween costume last weekend, Shinji Muramoto of Restaurant Muramoto was creating cuisine.
Like most UW students, 22-year-old Jeremy Schwach tries to keep up with his courses while maintaining a healthy balance between work and social activities. Only one thing makes Schwach stand out from the crowd-he works for himself, and makes a lot of money doing it.
In October, \Simpsons"" creator Matt Groening told National Public Radio that Fox News threatened to sue his cartoon over a parody of the news network. Fox owner Rupert Murdoch, not being crazy, put the kibosh down upon the attempt of one of his companies to sue one of his shows. Like ""The Simpsons,"" Fox network affiliate news programs have begun to distance themselves from their basic-cable big brother. And even now, even as Fox News is viewed as a paradigm for biased news agencies, its viewership far exceeds its competitors. So, with little surprise, a backlash has begun from both the left and the fans of actually fair and balanced media.
The men?s and women?s track and field teams proved this past weekend why Wisconsin is consistently one of the top track programs in the nation. Both teams excelled in the Loras Open on Saturday in Dubuque, Iowa, while the men also competed in the prestigious Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa.
Feb. 21, there was a terrorist attack in Uganda. The Lord's Resistance Army, a religious fundamentalist terrorist group, invaded the village of Lira, where it shot, stabbed and burned to death almost 200 people. This story only lasted a few days in the news.??Minimal news coverage was given to the following demonstrations asking for help from the international community.
For the majority of the population, junior high is normally not considered the most pleasant time of life. This is a period of cliques and self-consciousness in which an elite crowd rules the school. Arrogant teachers and principals make-believe they are relating to students, and parents don't have the faintest clue what daily life truly consists of from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If not for having read and enjoyed the original Michael Crichton novel, I would have walked into \Timeline"" expecting the terrible acting and unintentionally funny dialogue. In fact, if not for having read the book, I wouldn't have gone to see it at all. I lost any and all expectations for a faithful adaptation when I heard it was starring Paul Walker (""Fast and the Furious"" and its pitiful sequel) and helmed by Richard Donner (the ""Lethal Weapon"" series).
Tenants' rights issues have come to the forefront of the District 8 city council campaign, with both candidates courting the student vote with their plans for housing reform.
A cup of coffee may do more than just add energy to one's morning. Researchers have found evidence that suggests coffee may help fight cavities.
In 2000, the Wisconsin men's soccer team had its best season since Head Coach Kalekeni Banda took over in 1997. Going 10-9-1, Wisconsin placed fourth in the Big Ten and held its own against nationally ranked teams like Marquette and Yale. However, the Badgers' inconsistencies on the field plagued the team, and they lost to Ohio State (a team they had beaten earlier in the year) in the Big Ten Tournament.