Despite what appeared to be a lost year at the beginning of the season, the Badgers enter their final two contests with a considerable amount still on the line.
Chazwick Bradley Bundick, Toro y Moi’s solitary member, is seen as a leading figure in the chillwave movement. His music adapts heavy use of artificially created or enhanced sounds, synthesizers, repeating section of sound material, taking a portion of one sound and reusing it, and heavily filtered vocals with simple melodic lines.
Racial disparities nationwide have come into focus following the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri not to charge the police officer who killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. That heightened awareness has also exposed racial disparities in Madison, which in some ways exceed those in Ferguson.
University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty and staff will be able to present their views on changes to the university research and graduate education structure at two town hall meetings in the coming week, according to a release.
The state Legislature is discussing a bill that would subject state private voucher schools to the same report card system currently used to rate public schools starting in 2015.
Just like Tony Stark’s suits, Shane Black’s “Iron Man 3” is all about piecing together the moving parts. And after 2012’s “The Avengers” he’s got a fair amount of questions and repercussions to deal with. The opening of the film finds a Tony Stark plagued by insomnia and anxiety attacks as he attempts to reconcile his previously logical world with the bombastic events he took part in and witnessed in in New York City with his new superfriends.
For those of you who read my column on a weekly basis (and I thank all three of you kindly), you may recall my voicing a passionate disdain for physical activity. To directly quote my eloquent self, “Exercising sucks balls. Jogging is for masochists and people who hate themselves.” I am unsure of what this says about me—whether I suffer from self-esteem issues or have simply undergone a change of heart—but this weekend I took part in Madison’s annual Crazylegs Classic.