Just shy of 200 Madisonians huddled into the The Frequency Sunday night to soak up the singer-songwriter stylings of Margaret Glaspy, accompanied by the Midwest trio Bad Bad Hats.
“I’m not a real big talker, that’s not my forte,” Alabama Shakes lead singer and guitarist Brittany Howard said toward the beginning of the Overture show Tuesday night. “I end up saying something stupid.”
If you didn’t recognize him from “Saturday Night Live” fame, it'd be easy to mistake Pete Davidson as just another college kid: he took the Fredric March Play Circle stage Thursday night in a flannel shirt, worn-out tennis shoes and with posture that would make any mother cringe.
President Ray Cross unveiled potential UW System internal reforms that could lead to a change in student segregated fees at a Board of Regents meeting Friday.
Amid the thousands of UW-Madison students gearing up for the trek home to indulge in their Thanksgiving dinners, there is a commonly overlooked campus population focusing their attention on a much realer subject: where they will find their next meal.
Student Services Finance Committee unanimously approved the Associated Students of Madison’s 2016 fiscal year budget Thursday, with the overall segregated fee allocation totaling $1,398,654.74.
Due to general budget confusion and a potential violation of total student fee allocation, the Student Services Finance Committee voted Thursday to extend the budget decision deadline for a campus Hispanic advocacy group.
Months after approving the Recreational Sports Master Plan in March’s campus referendum, students are yet again being called upon by the Division of Rec Sports to help shape and create the facility renovations as an advisory group.