UW-Madison will receive more than $12.2 million from the State of Wisconsin Building Commission for minor building renovation projects.
It might be time to reset expectations for this basketball season, as the No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers (9-6 Big Ten, 15-7 overall) fell again to the No. 3 Michigan Wolverines (9-1 Big Ten, 14-1 overall) 67-59 in a game that slipped right through the Badgers fingers.
The Badgers and Wolverines meet in Madison for a top-25 Valentine's Day matinee.
Seven straight wins for the Badgers now, who are showing they can overcome even their worst performances.
Ain't no rest for the Badgers, who face another top ten opponent this weekend after sweeping Minnesota out of the top spot in the Big Ten.
After a successful series against the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers will return to face the Bemidji State Beavers on their home ice this weekend.
For better or for worse, advertising is extremely powerful. It has the ability to communicate norms to massive audiences in a way that can have a huge impact on shaping societal values. Unfortunately, advertising has traditionally dragged behind social revolutions. This was noticeable after the Women’s Rights Movements of the 60s and 70s when women continued to be objectified and depicted as less capable than men. Now, with the Black Lives Matter Movement moving more into the spotlight than ever before, it makes us reflect more on how well the advertising industry is representing people of color and other diverse audiences.
Another weekend, another Big Ten opponent that the Badgers are looking to sweep.
Wisconsin has moved up the ranks in vaccine distribution as Gov. Tony Evers’ administration plans to open new community vaccination clinics.
The Public Safety Review Committee recommends disregarding MPD report about use of tear gas.
Graduate students feel they shouldn’t have to pay the mandatory fees, which amount to 10% of their salaries as university employees.
Study finds that UW-Madison is top contributor to the Wisconsin economy.
The Badgers are back on the ice this weekend as they finish out their home schedule at Labahn Arena.
While there’s no denying that Sam Levinson’s “Malcolm & Marie” looks good on screen, the director seems to think that the eye-catching imagery and his actors’ performances are enough to sway us.
"The Little Things," starring Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzel Washington, lacks originality and mimics the dull and current feeling of a repetitive reality.
For some, this weekend means roses, chocolate, dropping loads of money on dinners, and best of all: gifted squishmallows. Couples will be swept away by the spirit and whimsy of the holiday and enjoy themselves on intimate dates, relishing the one-on-one time that only COVID-19 can provide.
The Wisconsin Senate voted Tuesday to repeal the statewide mask mandate. If this mask mandate is abolished, Wisconsin will be joining a list of other memorable states without federal mask mandates. Gracing this list are Alabama, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska, all states people spend their lives dreaming of visiting.
Any football fan who’s been paying attention the last 20 years knew exactly how this was going to go, even if they wouldn’t let themselves admit it.