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Singer or emcee, Holt’s got nothing but love

I'm sitting here in my homie's dorm room listening to The Blueprint and thinking about some of the things that passed through my mind over the course of the summer. It's amazing how hip-hop has gone from what was supposed to be a fad that ended in less than five years to one of the United States' most lucrative money-making machines. The music is only 25 or 30 years old, depending on who you ask. Nowadays, your music isn't pop unless you have visible elements of hip-hop in it. A truly gifted hip-hop artist can make it into constant rotation on the mutually owned MTV or BET, and 'true hip-hoppers' refuse to give respect to the artist. Even worse, they refuse to respect the music. What's that? Comedy, that's what that is. Another thing, what's the deal with all the emcees and rappers we are losing to R&B and soul? As you can see, my mind wandered a lot this summer. So let's talk about some of this. 


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Grill up something fresh

Wisconsin weather is fickle to say the least, but if history is any indicator, then we have at least a few more weeks of good grilling weather before unexpected cold ' ¦'


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Women’s soccer having a ball

A fresh new season has begun for the Wisconsin women's soccer team. It is a season filled with hope and promise after the Badgers' successful 2000 campaign, when they finished with a 16-7-1 overall record and a second-place finish in the Big Ten. 


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Photo - Come sail away

UW-Madison grad student Tapio Teppo adjusts the main sheet and the tiller while instructor Kris Dressler holds the boom as they set up a Hoofer's sailboat Wednesday afternoon. The Hoofer's ' ¦'


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Men’s soccer seeks second helping

In 2000, the Wisconsin men's soccer team had its best season since Head Coach Kalekeni Banda took over in 1997. Going 10-9-1, Wisconsin placed fourth in the Big Ten and held its own against nationally ranked teams like Marquette and Yale. However, the Badgers' inconsistencies on the field plagued the team, and they lost to Ohio State (a team they had beaten earlier in the year) in the Big Ten Tournament. 


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Photo - Sign me up

Oliver Sacks, renowned neurologist and author, signs a book for a fan at the Kohl Center Wednesday evening after speaking at the Chancellor's Convocation. Sacks' best known book is 'Awakenings.''


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Agreement clarifies stem-cell rights

The National Institutes of Health and UW-Madison's WiCell Research Institute reached an agreement Wednesday that will allow NIH to use WiCell's five stem-cell lines. WiCell is a nonprofit subsidiary of ' ¦



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