To open the show, Waxahatchee lead vocalist Katie Crutchfield belted “I was losing my mind, I was dancing with death” from the band’s tune “Recite Remorse.” Although the packed crowd wasn’t dancing with death, the jams caused everyone to let their minds run rampant and sway freely to the thick drum beats and impressive vocal harmonies from the five-piece band.
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State lawmakers heard testimony Tuesday on a bill which would bar UW medical students from receiving training on how to perform an abortion, a move which critics say could threaten the accreditation of some programs.
A gas leak occurred at Sellery Residence Hall Monday, causing the building to be evacuated and the surrounding area to be closed off.
Marilyn Sallee checked her Wiscmail account throughout the previous year to find, on several occasions, emails from an organization called HonorSociety.org. The messages commended her “academic achievements” and accepted her into the society.
Dean of Students Lori Berquam thanked the UW-Madison community for providing her with “energy and optimism” as she begins the second half of chemotherapy treatments in a statement this Friday.
Eaux Claires 2017: Paul Simon, Chance the Rapper, Perfume Genius make the festival a dream come true
Following a red woodchip path into the Eaux Claires Music and Arts Festival, one becomes enveloped in an enchanting wonderland completely separate from that of the surrounding town. A dirt path lined with hidden art pieces, nearly invisible to the oblivious eye, leads the way into a clearing with two huge stages and swarms of people buzzing and observing the hidden treasures around the grounds.
Milwaukee-based band Field Report opened for the energetic and always-boisterous Sylvan Esso Wednesday night, part of a two-night event at the Majestic. The group, whose founding members have roots with Justin Vernon and Bon Iver, played a short set of entirely new music. Lead singer Chris Porterfield performed with surprising animation. New music, which was captivating alone, was accompanied by quirky hand gestures and expressions. Give or take a few chatty crowd members, the band’s unique presence on stage lent itself to a more attentive audience for an opening band than I’m used to seeing.
The Daily Cardinal is heading to Eau Claire on June 16 and 17 to cover this year’s Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival. Our arts staff share what acts they are most excited to see this weekend:
Tuition at UW System schools will remain frozen for the next two years under a proposal approved by the state’s Joint Finance Committee setting the budget for the state’s public universities.
With a vibrating buzz or a quiet ding, a student at Camp Randall Stadium for this year’s commencement would have checked their phone two dozen times to find warnings of nearby sexual assaults during their last four years at UW-Madison.
A woman reported being touched inappropriately by a man she did not know at a Thursday night dance class at Union South.
Amid a recent push by students to create a more inclusive and safe campus for everyone, the UW-Madison community will bid farewell to an administrator who led these initiatives.
In the face of protests about the violence of capitalism just outside the door, Steve Forbes’ appearance on campus hit back against regulation and extolled the moral and social virtues of free enterprise.
Nine percent of UW-Madison students experience suicidal ideation, according to a recent University Health Services report, leading the campus community to raise concerns about stigma surrounding the issue.
Dean of Students Lori Berquam committed Friday to continuing her work despite announcing she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will begin chemotherapy treatment next week.
Two suspects who carried a weapon robbed an individual of their belongings Friday morning, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.
Where one would expect to see a gendered label for a bathroom on the fourth floor of Helen C. White Hall, a piece of paper that reads “gender diversity is welcome here” is taped in its place.
In a budget year we talk a lot about investing in Wisconsin and investing in UW. I heard that the UW System actually generates $24 billion in revenue for the state, I was wondering if you could talk about how UW generates revenue and how that is a good investment for the state?
A man carrying a knife was reported in the parking lot below Helen C. White Hall, according to a WiscAlert. He was last seen in Lot 6 at 7:46 p.m. and walked toward Lake Mendota. He was noticed displaying the knife when fighting with an unidentified man and a woman.
On how UW generates an estimated $24 billion for the state's economy: