A young Madison woman was sexually assaulted along the outskirts of campus Wednesday evening, according to a police report.
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Anticipating the approaching Halloween festivities next weekend, UW students and Madison community members gathered to learn about their rights regarding police confrontation at a workshop Wednesday.
Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4, will be holding a neighborhood meeting Tuesday, September 29, at 7 p.m. for citizens to learn about and provide feedback on the proposed renovations for Lisa Link Peace Park.
The Associated Students of Madison, in partnership with the Offices of the Dean of Students, held a town hall forum Monday to gain student opinion on the use of the $1.5 million in student services funds allotted by the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates.
Taste: Qdoba has some options that Chipotle doesn't (most importantly, queso), but either way, they're basically the same product. And without the limes at Chipotle and a minor difference in the spiciness of the meats (which goes away once you add salsa), you basically can get a dry mouthful of expensive rice at both locations.
Last week, students and UW campus leaders came together for a forum titled ""In the Wake: Plan 2008."" In this particular instance, a ""wake"" seems a fitting word to call it, considering Plan 2008 collapsed under its own high expectations.
The Wisconsin women's tennis team will host the Big Ten Tournament this weekend, where they will face off against Iowa in the first round Thursday afternoon.
The Associated Students of Madison voted Wednesday to allocate $9,000 to create a tenant-rating website and a board of directors to oversee it.
Ok Kevin, it's time to write this week's column. Ok, I'll just head to the office, fire up the ol' laptop, and pound out a quick 500-word piece on the February film season. I guess all I need is... HEY! HEY WHAT THE FUCK MAN? WHO'S THAT GUY MOVING BEHIND THE LIGHTS OVER THERE? I'M TRYING TO WRITE AN ARTICLE HERE! I'M GOING TO KICK YOUR...
In an interview on how the Republican Party can move forward after defeat in the November elections, up-and-coming U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said ideas must be put over partisan battling.
The announcement of the state's budget deficit in late November prompted UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin to address the situation through a series of forums Dec. 12 to 16.
They say when life gives you lemons, you need to make lemonade. Well, this past week, no lemons came my way. Instead, I got tomatoes.
Jonathan Demme had, for all intents and purposes, washed his hands of mainstream Hollywood. Disillusioned and disinterested, the Oscar-winning director of Silence of the Lambs"" had made up his mind to focus on small, meaningful documentaries.
On Jan. 20, 2009, either Republican presidential candidate John McCain or Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will take an oath of office and be sworn in as President of the United States. On Jan. 21, one of those two men will sit down behind their new desk inside the Oval Office and begin their four-year term leading the nation.
U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., visited UW-Madison's Chadbourne Residential College Monday evening, speaking with students on the issues of the economy, energy and heath care.
Denver natives, the Flobots, have burst onto the hip-hop scene with their socially and politically infused music. Their major label debut, Fight With Tools, has taken the genre for a spin by straying from the typical topics of money and girls and, instead rhyming discontents about the state of the nation. With their strong vocals and instrumentals blended with rap beats, Fight With Tools is an album worth listening to, not just for getting down and dirty.
This morning, as I ate my Fruit Loops, I had an epiphany. What am I doing with my life?"" I thought.
On Tuesday morning, some downtown Madison residents awoke to find they were the victims of an April Fools Day prank with an environmental twist.
State Assembly Speaker Mike Huebsch, R-West Salem, announced Thursday an agreement can be reached in the next few days on the $527 million budget shortfall.
To celebrate National Peanut Butter Month, I recently went on a quest through marketing jungle, advertising and catchy slogans to find my favorite peanut butter.