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Thursday, October 28, 2021

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MadHatters shine at the Overture stage

The Overture Center for the Arts was sold-out Friday for The MadHatter’s fall concert. This a cappella group is most well-known for their classy red blazers, whimsy on stage and inconceivable solos. I attended their spring show last semester and was completely blown away by how perfected and professional this group sounded. Their performance this past weekend did not disappoint. I’ve met a majority of these guys before and after getting to know their personalities I was eager to see what type of show they had crafted for us this evening.

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The MadHatters return to Capitol Theater with fresh faces and new material

UW-Madison’s premier a cappella group, The MadHatters, will make their big return to the Capitol Theater at the Overture Center for their fall show Nov. 13. Quite an impressive reputation precedes these men. They performed at the White House in 2011 and 2012, Lambeau Field in 2014 and the PGA Championship this past summer. They have recorded six studio albums and toured across the United States and Mexico. The Hatters sold out the Overture Center when it reopened back in 2004, and have done so numerous times. They haven’t performed in the Capitol Theater since Spring 2014.

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Fundamentally Sound, Trap Saturn delight Orpheum crowd

Back in August 2014 I attended one of UW-Madison’s many welcome week events, The Understudies Improv show. I happened to sit next to three random guys whom, after asking me if I knew how to sing, identified themselves as Mike Fuller, Vinnie Biskupic and David Grube, all singers in Fundamentally Sound. As a week-old freshman I was completely unaware of the tremendous support, love and following this group experiences. But over the course of this past year that has completely changed and I had no idea how much this a cappella group would be a part of my freshman year.

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MisterWives, BØRNS highlight performance at High Noon

On Wednesday, March 4, MisterWives stopped at the High Noon Saloon in Madison, on their Our Own House tour, with openers Handsome Ghost and BØRNS. I had never been to this concert venue before, but I immediately became accustomed to it and liked the intimacy and closeness that came across even though it was a fairly large stage. 

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BØRNS talks inspiration behind Candy EP in interview

This Wednesday, MisterWives will perform at the High Noon Saloon with openers BØRNS and Handsome Ghost. Most well known for their hit “Reflections,” MisterWives has sold out the upcoming show in Madison. Last Friday I had the pleasure to chat with the talented Garrett Borns, better known as BØRNS. The interview was really enlightening and he came across as a very genuine musician. 

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UW-Madison’s Campus plan recognized for excellence in analysis and planning.

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Author Margaret Atwood discussed her latest novel “Hag-Seed,” a modern version of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” for a crowded Varsity Hall in a lecture hosted by UW-Madison Center for the Humanities and other groups Monday.

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Former UW-Madison student Alec Cook, facing over 21 criminal charges including sexual assault, lived in an apartment on Henry Street.

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Tyriek Mack, a representative of the Associated Students of Madison, proposed legislation to urge the Chancellor and university to take steps to back up its rhetoric regarding diversity and inclusion on campus.

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