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The No. 4 Wisconsin volleyball team (8-0) continued the impressive start to their season by staying undefeated and winning the HotelRed Invitational at the UW Field House.
Following an impressive showing in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Wisconsin volleyball (2-0) is looking to keep its early season momentum going in the Northern Colorado/Colorado State Classic tournament this weekend.
Indiana native sees success in first season at UW
The Associated Students of Madison University Affairs Committee met Monday to discuss a presentation on textbook affordability before faculty members are scheduled to hear it in May.
To the UW-Madison community,
Men’s swimming and diving head coach Whitney Hite has high expectations for his team coming into the NCAA Men’s Swimming Championship in Austin, Texas, beginning Thursday. UW is coming off a strong showing at the Big Ten Championships in February, when the team broke four school records.
After losing on Saturday, the Wisconsin women’s basketball team is in the midst of a slow streak, having won only one of its last seven games.
The Madison Plan Commission approved the construction of a rooftop terrace pool and additional balconies on buildings in the Langdon Street National Historic District Monday. The commission also considered but did not approve the demolition of two smaller Howard Street apartment buildings.
Let’s play a game. Imagine I walk up to you, a typical 20-year-old college student, and introduce myself. Moving past the niceties of introductions you inquire what my interests are. “I’m a gamer,” I reply casually. How do you respond? Do you think of me as childish? The word “gamer” has acquired a vile connotation in most people’s vernacular nowadays. I hate being embarrassed to associate myself with my passion.
A step toward advancement in regenerative medicine by improving the commonly used gene repair technique was made possible by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Morgridge Institute for Research and Northwestern University.
Acclaimed Chicago chef and University of Wisconsin-Madison alumnus Charlie Trotter died Tuesday, according to a UW-Madison tweet.
The Madison Arts Commission unanimously agreed Tuesday on designs for a nearly one-story-tall sugar maple leaf sculpture, which could replace the clock tower on the 800 block of State Street, adjacent to Library Mall, when the area is reconstructed next year.
The Madison Common Council discussed possible amendments to the proposed 2014 Executive Operating Budget Tuesday night, including increasing funding for the Overture Center for the Arts and downtown safety.
The family of a slain local, who died after Madison Police Officer Stephen Heimsness shot him three times in the chest, filed a federal lawsuit against Heimsness, Police Chief Noble Wray and the City of Madison Thursday.
University of Wisconsin System President Kevin Reilly announced Tuesday he will step down from his position as president to advise the American Council on Education in January 2014 and to return to teaching.
Two police officers used a taser to restrain a man near the Capitol for allegedly punching both of them and a teenager Friday afternoon, according to a Madison Police Department report.
Sex is defined differently for each individual; some people consider oral and anal penetration as intercourse, there are those who see kinky play (sometimes without genital touching) as sex, while others strictly see vaginal penetration as fornication. And that’s a good thing! We can all choose the definitions that work best for us.
Members of the Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group delivered a stack of petitions to University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor David Ward’s office Tuesday, requesting Ward review his decision not to sign contracts to fully fund the organization on campus.