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Saturday, May 18, 2024

Julia Gilban-Cohen


Students skip ballot box over choosing between Clinton, Trump

Many UW-Madison students headed to the polls on Election Day, though one in particular didn’t vote for a presidential candidate—he casted a vote for every other position on the ballot instead. Tuesday marked the second election Eric Underwood, a graduate student and registered Republican from Illinois, voted in; however, in 2012 he cast a vote for presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “I just feel much better about myself not voting for anyone and not writing anyone in either,” Underwood said about casting his absentee ballot.


11 years of Freakfest impact culture of Madison Halloween celebration

On Halloween of 2005, Wendy Hathaway and a few of her friends found themselves in the middle of a police effort to break up the crowd that gathered on State Street for the holiday’s festivities. “I remember the police in riot gear; seeing people climbing light posts and trees and throwing things,” said Wendy Hathaway, freelance writer and UW-Madison alumna. 

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