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Tuesday, December 07, 2021

Katie Panosh


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COLUMNS

Revelry attracts all crowds with lineup

Alright. It’s here. Every year Revelry Music and Arts Festival becomes bigger and bigger. This year there’s expected to be around 10,000 students mobbing the streets of Langdon to watch the festival, and the new lineup is sure to make those projected numbers become reality. So enough squabbling, let’s dive right into this lineup and see just how big this year’s Revelry is going to be.

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News

Slow Food Cafe bringing sexy back

As I am writing this, we have sprung forward an hour. I am sweating in my knee-length coat as I walk to class and when I get out of class, often at 5 p.m., I swear that it’s possible to see those last vestiges of sunlight decorating the horizon. It’s a beautiful sight y’all. Spring is coming.

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BASKETBALL

Men's Basketball: Streaking Badgers face tough task in Bloomington

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.—Coming off by far its best performance of the season Saturday against Illinois, Wisconsin faces No. 2 Indiana at perhaps the best time possible. Although the Hoosiers (3-0 Big Ten, 15-1 Overall) have not beaten UW since the Kelvin Sampson era, the Badgers (3-0, 12-4) will need to have a near-perfect effort just to compete against an IU team that can make a good case as the best in the nation.

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OPINION

Improve school by encouraging teachers

A fundamental tenet of economics is that humans are generally rational, self-interested actors. It’s no surprise, then, that many of America’s best and brightest students are choosing to study disciplines and pursue careers in industries that will move them forward on a path of financial independence and success. In fact, many students are willing to major in subjects just for the very chance of making the big bucks.  

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