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Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, two Upright Citizens Brigade alumna and downright unapologetically funny women are owning comedy right now and for good reason. They’re absurd, casually uncut, relatable, confident and auspiciously intriguing.
An effort to alleviate the anxiety that accompanies living with a stranger prompted UW-Madison to team up with RoomSync this year, a Facebook application that empowers incoming freshman in the roommate assignment process while preserving the educational benefits random roommate selection offers.
Universities blame states, states blame the federal government, the federal government blames students and students blame universities. Any combination edges closer to the truth about the ever-growing calamity that is higher education’s accessibility.
As another frigid Madison winter approaches, the homeless community is once again burdened by the logistics of local shelter resources.
Gone are the Saturday SERF sessions to burn off and sweat out beverages consumed the night before if a new Madison business has anything to say about it. The Capitol Pedaler owners are ushering in the era of exercising while you drink.
Madison may boast the 9th highest percentage of bicycle commuters in American cities, according to the League of American Bicyclists, but it’s still an automobile's paradise. And it’s not easy having two wheels in a world with four.
Expensive introductory textbooks? Check. A more refined wardrobe to impress potential new friends? Check. Self-conducted cost-benefit analysis of majors with their average post-graduate earnings to determine an academic path before struggling through a basic economics class? Probably not.
A simple taste of Madison’s scenery and school spirit is all it takes to clinch many incoming students’ commitment to the Badger family. However, had Maria Espino been exposed to the environment pre-enrollment, she said there is a good chance the ethnic uniformity of the student body would have dissuaded her from becoming the junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison she is today.
Long before it became merely a space to store equipment for what some may believe is a perpetual cycle of construction on campus, Library Mall flourished as an inspiring landscape with the power to converge struggle and companionship and, at the end of the day, collect and embody the Wisconsin spirit.
The Dane County District Attorney’s office dropped sexual assault charges Monday filed against a University of Wisconsin-Madison employee in July, according to state court records.
A county official is hoping the Spring 2014 election will become the platform from which voters can express to the state Legislature their opinion about the legal status of marijuana in Wisconsin.
Experts on the architectural legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright objected to a local developer’s proposal at a city design committee meeting Wednesday, which would rezone a downtown block to allow an apartment complex to be constructed adjacent to Wright’s historic Lamp House.
A group of five University of Wisconsin-Madison students elicited the support of city officials at a Common Council meeting Tuesday in their effort to advance humanitarian policies regulating the mining of conflict minerals in the Congo.
Images of cats during University of Wisconsin-Madison animal research, which first appeared as part of an advertising campaign on Madison Metro buses Monday, will remain throughout the end of the calendar year, according to Metro Transit spokesperson Mick Rusch.
A proposal to redefine the policies dictating what behaviors are accepted of visitors to the City-County Building aims to strike a balance between the humanitarian needs of the public and the workplace needs of city staff, according to Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8.
Despite widespread skepticism about whether or not the digitalization of America’s dialogue can advance modern thought, University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Dietram Scheufele said there are only three common behaviors that, if corrected, could transform the current state of polarizing disagreements online into beneficial conversations.
A proposed residential development incited concerns at a community meeting Thursday from residents and University of Wisconsin-Madison students worried it would cost the Mansion Hill neighborhood some of its historic character and affordable housing options.
Local policy makers and the city attorney’s office have come to an impasse about how to proceed in restructuring the city’s licensing of downtown entertainment venues, particularly those that admit audience members under the age of 21.
Dane County officials focused the 2013-’14 budget on assisting the homeless and decreasing the county’s above-average racial disparities, according to District 5 Supervisor Leland Pan.
Wendy’s will once again occupy a storefront on State Street, according to Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4.