Life & Style
It’s Saturday. Your alarm rings at 6:30 a.m. You’ve been waiting for this day all week. You jump out of bed, turn the bass up on your stereo and throw on your bibs. The neighbors are already out celebrating on their porch.
“Jump Around” or beers on the Terrace? Plaza Tavern or Paul’s Club? J.J. Watt or Frank Kaminsky? Gettin’ it on in the Memorial Library cages or on top of Bascom Hill? You got to decide in the latest edition of The Daily Cardinal’s Reader’s Choice Awards.
Thrift, vintage and second-hand stores are powerhouses overflowing with both singularity and latent potential.
Madison Sourdough Company is a local bakery on Williamson Street, in a neighborhood just past the capital.
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It seems I can’t go a week without hearing something about “living naturally.” While it isn’t as common in Wisconsin, this health craze of looking toward our ancestors and their lifestyle habits and choices is all but unavoidable on the West Coast. However, I do see the slow creep of this movement in UW-Madison’s student population, and it must be stopped. I see toe shoes, ketogenic Paleo diets, functional strength training a la CrossFit and all affiliated acts as a faddish response for middle-aged men tired of the weekly spin class their significant others force them to attend. This group of ideals would almost be tolerable, and even respectable, if its proponents were not some of the most annoying people you’ll meet on planet Earth, but since they are, I feel its my job to pick apart what’s driving these fads forward.
By Chace Goff
It’s no secret that travel – whether it’s international, cross-country or even just upstate – creates unique experiences and amazing memories.
As the school year marches on, you may find yourself stuck in a food rut – that is, those breaded chicken sandwiches from your freezer don’t satisfy your taste buds as much as they used to.
With every New Year’s come new dreams, hopes and resolutions. 2014 is finally here, giving everyone the opportunity to change those bad habits or make new wishes a reality. Resolutions can seem unrealistic and extremely cheesy sometimes, but you need to take these straight on, seatbelt fastened and full throttle. However, are New Year’s resolutions overrated, things that we should just never try to make happen? The challenge of New Year’s resolutions is something that almost everyone faces, but from past experiences, I believe they are well worth it. It is not necessarily what your resolution is, but how it is executed. So as 2014 gets underway, stay strong with these changes and you will surely see results in your future.