By Chace Goff
Few things are harder in adolescence than peers perceiving you as “different.” Whether it was the choice in clothing, music taste or after school activities, if you didn’t fit into the normal parameters, which popular kids and jocks dictated, labels started flying from those groups to describe yourself.
Alexis Ohanian, a co-founder and investor of Reddit, a user-aggregated social media website, will visit campus Thursday as part of University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Distinctive Lecture Series.
The Department of Energy approved five new terminals for the export of liquid natural gas and is considering up to 30 additional terminals, according to letters sent to U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis.
A state Assembly bill making it illegal to disseminate sexual images online and through phones without the sender’s consent passed on a voice vote Tuesday in the state Assembly.
The Student Labor Action Coalition hosted a protest and sit-in at Bascom Hall Thursday to demand Chancellor David Ward cut ties with Palermo’s Pizza Company, citing allegations of labor violations.
It’s Wednesday night and the seconds are ticking until your paper on the growth of media conglomerates (or any other usual suspect of essay topic) is due tomorrow at 2. You’re fully aware that coffee will be entering your bloodstream in unholy quantities until the first birds of morning are chirping as you type the last words.