UW-Madison held its 10th Annual Diversity Forum Thursday at Memorial Union with a variety for presenters and discussions in an effort to bring attention to the need of more diversity, openness and inclusion on campus.
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The Madison Police Department is investigating a death after an officer shot and killed a man on the city's south side.
March Madness kicks off this weekend and, as a delicious appetizer, the Badgers begin their Big Ten tournament Friday against Ohio State.
Something scary happened while I was waiting in line outside Madison's. My friend Erik just started bouncing at Madison's, so a couple friends and I decided to check it out.
The Fight for Affordable Textbooks Takes On a New Angle:
Local band Love Rhombus feature three fun-loving, neon-sporting 20-somethings who use their music to express the sheer joy of letting loose, with a bit of a geometry lesson thrown in. Just watch their music video for Frostbite Heart,"" and you'll witness catchy layers of electronic beats paired with simple, rhythmic synthesizers, bass and guitar. This usually results in a vibrant wall of sound powerful enough to provoke spontaneous dancing from even the most incorrigible of friends. Add in the earnest lyrics of Madeleine Fairbairn, and ""Frostbite Heart"" becomes a more than auspicious single.
Hope for the Hopeless opens with a modern folk-rock melody infused with the notes and rhythms of classic blues. It's the sound Brett Dennen introduced to his listeners on his previous albums, So Much More and his self-titled debut record, but now, with a more developed, practiced approach for his latest release, he sets out to master this rock-blues hybrid.
UW-Madison's assistant dean for diversity affairs and student leadership programs in the College of Engineering died unexpectedly Monday.
Among the Student Service Finance Committee elections and bylaw changes, the Campus Antiwar Network was able to add the Iraqi Student Project to the ASM spring polls.
UW wrestling (2-2 Big Ten, 11-3-1 overall) head coach Barry Davis said his team needed to come out with more intensity and confidence against Iowa following his team's victory over Michigan State Friday night.
With the loss of over half its scoring production to graduation, the 2007-'08 Wisconsin men's basketball team will need to look to new scorers to pick up the slack. Sophomore guard Jason Bohannon may be one of the first players head coach Bo Ryan will look toward.
Controversial conservative author David Horowitz addressed a mixed crowd of protesters and supporters at the Memorial Union Theater Monday, launching a week-long campaign discussing the dangers of fascist Islamic governments.
As he naps, Tom dreams only of the Daily Cardinal and how he longs to be Reader of the Day. Well, Tom, your dream is now a reality. Unfortunately, he could not manage to stay awake long enough for an interview. So we'll fill in the blanks. Tom also is dreaming of his Daily Cardinal crush, Marcie Benson, as well as his journalistic idol, Quinn Craugh. Or maybe, just maybe, he is dreaming about what we all dream about: the glorious day that the Backstreet Boys announce a reunion.
The UW System Board of Regents approved a $250,000 salary increase for men's basketball coach Bo Ryan at a meeting Friday, making his total projected salary for next year $1.25 million.
With Halloween less than a week away, Madison's downtown bars remain unsure of what to expect.
The third and final gubernatorial debate Friday night in La Crosse focused mostly on healthcare and education issues, and the candidates took their last opportunity to defend themselves and attack each other.
I appreciate the opportunity to say a few words about my record and about my candidacy for reelection as Wisconsin's attorney general.
A 16-year-old driver led Madison Police on a high-speed chase Thursday morning after speeding down the city's beltline highway.
A plea agreement with the Dane County District Attorney's Office was reached Monday with Marcus Randle El, a sophomore wide receiver for the University of Wisconsin football team.