Haven’t returned any of your mom’s calls? Stuffed your tummy with Asian Kitchen four days this week? Do you owe someone a ‘my bad’ from the bottom of your heart? Then you still have some ‘sorries’ to say. Here are two more templates for your everyday apologizing needs.
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City officials approved an apartment proposal requiring the demolition of three residence buildings Monday despite concerns about affordable housing in the area.
Are you tired of that pesky TV in your living room, taking up space, constantly showing you the same ol’ reruns of “Family Feud” and Patrick Swayze movies? Think it’s about time to ditch it in order to make room for more activities? Well, friends, you’re not alone!
This Sunday, an estimated 20,000 people will converge on the National Mall in Washington D.C.
This in no way meant to be funny. Take my arguments how you will, but whatever you do, don’t chuckle whatsoever, or I’ll get violently angry. I think aliens are totally real. And by God (does it make sense to use Him/Her in this context?), you will not convince me otherwise.
Welcome back to school, everybody. If you read this space in the Cardinal last semester, you may remember me as a shameless hater with a Bruce Springsteen obsession often bordering on masturbatory. Those characterizations are indeed still accurate, but this semester I plan to convey such thoughts through a series of predetermined subtopics. My hope is that it makes my writing more enjoyable to read (Note: It’s also because I’m too lazy to synthesize an original column topic every week). We’ll call it the “Wednesday Morning Hangover.” Let’s dive in.
The Madison Police Department is working to identify a "suspicious" man who allegedly grabbed a woman walking on campus Saturday and attempted to take her with him, according to a police report.
The Student Services Finance Committee heard budget proposals Thursday from the Child Care Tuition Assistance Program and the Student Activity Center Governing Board.
Humans often have access to blood donors in cases of emergency, and now animals have the same luxury because of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Veterinary Teaching Animal Blood Bank.
For the third straight game, Wisconsin has failed to score 50 points, this time falling a single point shy of the mark in a 58-49 loss to No. 11 Ohio State Tuesday night. Although the Badgers (5-3 Big Ten, 14-7 overall) made a staggering 11 shots from 3-point range, they only managed to hit eight shots from inside the arc, resulting in virtually no inside presence the entire night.
Dear Mr. Scientist,
A panel of scholars from across the country met Friday to discuss ways to educate the public about the Aug. 5 Oak Creek Sikh temple shooting by connecting it to greater issues involving racism and violence.
The fall semester is here and students have returned from summer vacations ready to delve their rejuvenated minds into the depths of studies. However, the monolith of exams can be an exigent endeavor and can overwhelm the mind into a stressful conundrum causing students to run towards impetuous temptations, such as Adderall.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Democrats officially convened in Charlotte for their national convention Tuesday, primarily defending President Barack Obama’s policies in the midst of his re-election battle against GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and urging greater economic fairness in an appeal to the middle class.