In 2009 I went to my first concert. Travis Barker had survived a horrific plane crash and his band, Blink-182, was playing at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Tinley Park, Ill. As I walked through the parking lot after the show—eardrums still ringing (as they would for about a week)—a group of teenage boys came sprinting up to me.
The outreach of Badgers Against Racism on campus Friday raised the profile of the group’s issue behind the Mifflin Street Block Party’s unofficial “Cinco de Mifflin” theme, but it did not stop a number of students from wearing costumes that played on Mexican stereotypes.
During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, this three-part Daily Cardinal series delves into the numbers, spotlights available resources and expands the conversation to reflect the real impact of sexual assault at UW-Madison.
The state Assembly passed a bill Wednesday preventing those who sue employers for workplace discrimination from seeking damages in Wisconsin court.
Rapid response from officers and paramedics saved the life of a student who went into cardiac arrest in the Kohl Center during Saturday's hockey game, according to a UW-Madison Police Department press release.
ASM 2/25: ASM Rep. Max Love was one of several members who voiced opposition to ASM?s internal budget, which was approved at the Student Council meeting Wednesday with a 16-6 vote.
reschovsky: Andrew Reschovsky, a professor at the La Follette School of Public Affairs, participated in the forum Tuesday.
Urban design 1/21/10: Residents and designers discuss two building proposals for hours.