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Wisconsin's concealed carry bill may be soon become law, but it is running into some stiff opposition in Madison.
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While the Tigris River will greet the new day just as it always does Jan. 30, Iraqi citizens will vote in a democratic election for the first time in the nation's history.
The unexpected natural disaster in Southeast Asia devastated nations yet brought together the world, including administration and student groups at UW-Madison.
Supporters of independent/Reform Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader converged in Madison Tuesday in an attempt to include him on this year's presidential ballot in Wisconsin. Nader supporters said they have accumulated in excess of 4,000 signatures in support of their presidential candidate, but opposition has until Friday to challenge the validity of the signatures.
My fellow Badgers, as we reconvene upon this great university after a month free of arduous essays and malevolent midterms, the time has come for me, your appointed Tuesday purveyor of wisdom, witticisms and candid observations, to deliver my semesterly State of the University Address.
For a team that relies heavily week in and week out on the production and consistency of its offensive studs, mainly senior wide receiver Lee Evans, quarterback Jim Sorgi and junior running back Anthony Davis, it was their backups who proved pivotal in UW's 17-10 win over the Buckeyes of Ohio State.
Jenny Kundert, UW senior forward and 2003 team captain of the women's soccer team, has been one of the key factors in their early season success.?? The recent Big Ten Player of the Week sat down with The Daily Cardinal's Rob Burcham to discuss the start of the season.
After a college team wins a conference championship, it usually can afford to take a break. With next season seeming so far off, it is only normal for a team to momentarily loosen its grip. This, however, is not the case for the UW men's track team.
Madison bar owners', police's and city officials' receptions of hip-hop acts came under fire at a forum hosted Friday in the Red Gym as part of the Hip Hop As A Movement conference.
While many of us were basking in the glory of Wisconsin's repeat hoops title, another Big Ten champion was crowned in Madison this past weekend. The UW wrestling team (1-7-0 Big Ten, 9-7-0 overall) played host to the Big Ten wrestling championships and finished in ninth place with 71.5 points. No. 3 Minnesota (6-1-0 Big Ten, 16-5-0 overall) repeated as Big Ten Champs by accumulating 126.5 points. At the end of the two-day grapple fest, seven Badgers placed in the top seven of their respective weight classes, earning tickets to the NCAA championships in Kansas City, Mo. March 20-22.
A man suspected in one of the sexual assaults Oct. 12 at Ogg Residence Hall turned himself in Monday night.
I have a nice front porch, with a commanding view of majestic East Johnson Street. It would be an appropriate setting for a peace summit between Presidents Bush and Hussein of the United States of America and Iraq, respectively.
Unless you're a CS major, friends are your reason for staying here at UW-Madison. They're the reasons you get up so early, or stay up so late. Depending on who you are, they can be your greatest fans, or your greatest critics. And we all have different kinds of friends. Not every friend is alike, and there are varying levels of friendship. The noted philosopher, Jeff Foxworthy, once commented, \A friend might bail you out of jail at 2 a.m., but your best friend is sitting in jail with you.""
The question of using race as a factor in admissions is one that is far from being resolved, as evidenced by pending court cases related to the issue. On one side, individuals contend using race at all is unfair, while others say it is a necessary component in the assessment of a student.
A heavy-hitting panel of Wall Street executives and others with deep roots in lower Manhattan and the Republican Party were named Thursday to oversee the reconstruction of the World Trade Center site.