“Study abroad is a great way to regain a sense of the world outside of this campus,” reads one student’s testimony on the website of UW-Madison’s Study Abroad Office.
In some ways, Bruce Springsteen’s presidential stump in downtown Madison Monday resembled his 2004 visit with Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry.
It was hardly a message potential UW-Madison College Republican members in the audience expected to hear at the group’s first meeting of an election year—that being a Republican in Madison can sometimes feel like being the “political equivalent of a battered woman.”
Mitt Romney’s oldest son Tagg spoke to roughly a hundred College Republicans at State Street Brats Friday, responding to comments made by President Barack Obama up the road on Bascom Hill and continuing his family’s trend of speaking publicly about the “warmer side” of its patriarch.
Fourteen years ago, Madison Police Department Sgt. Tony Fiore began his law enforcement career patrolling downtown Madison at nights, work he now supervises for the Central District’s Community Policing Team: tavern safety inspections, or “bar checks.”
President Barack Obama talked to students and politicians across the country, including Mayor Paul Soglin and Associated Students of Madison leaders, about the importance of managing federal student loan interest rates on a White House conference call Monday.
The Occupy Madison encampment was denied an extension on their permit by the City Council Tuesday, meaning that the camp will be forced to disband on April 30.