Dane County announced Monday that the $2 million Affordable Housing Development Fund was awarded to four proposals pending County Board approval, allocating $500,000 for housing for individuals released from custody and $1.5 million to three rental housing projects.
Just as one item was checked off his offseason to-do list, head coach Paul Chryst will have to pencil in another before he can begin his first season leading the Badgers.
Ranked No. 1 for the first time since the 2011-’12 season, Wisconsin has turned its focus to this weekend’s monumental series against the very team it supplanted at the top of the polls: Minnesota.
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While I appreciate Patricia Johnson’s coverage of the buffer zone ordinance aimed at pro-life free speakers in Madison (see March 10th, 2014 issue), it appears that Ms. Johnson was not aware of an important recent development in the case when she wrote the piece.
A number of weeks ago, I wrote about an amateur videographer named Chad. Chad is the bane of my existence for a plethora of reasons. However, in my last column, I stuck to his videography skills—or lack thereof. This time, I am here to talk about Chad, the (personal) space invader.
“A River Runs Through It.” “On the Road.” “All Quiet on the Western Front.” “The Bell Jar.” “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.” What do these books have in common, you might ask? Well, for one, they’re all rooted in autobiography, and their official title is roman a clefs (“novels with keys” in French).
Apparently all bad things do come to an end, as the No. 75 Badgers finally halted their seven-meet losing streak Friday at Nielsen Indoor Tennis stadium against No. 58 Purdue, beating the Boilermakers 4-3. However, it was not a walk in the park for the Badgers, as the meet lasted about four hours, and almost every match was highly contested.