State legislators used Earth Day as an opportunity to voice concern with Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget cuts to the Department of Natural Resources after 57 DNR employees received notice they may potentially lose their jobs under the proposed budget.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Institute on Aging is set to broaden its research on Midlife in the United States (MIDUS), a nationwide study that investigates the varying degrees adult health and aging is impacted by societal, cognitive and behavioral factors.
When Gov. Jim Doyle signed an $810 million high-speed rail deal with the federal government the weekend before the midterm elections, it seemed like he wanted to throw one last political punch before becoming a lame duck. In light of this, politicos and average Joes alike were shocked when Doyle put the brakes on the rail project last week.
I think everyone can think of a point in their lives where they'd like to hit the rewind button and completely re-live a moment of disgrace, stupidity or bad luck. I, having been a pristine example of how not to do things at many, many points in my life, naturally think these types of thoughts quite often. However, I am educated to some degree, and though I've dabbled with the possibility of time travel, I have never come close enough to finding anything on the Internet to get my hopes up on the subject (though I'm still looking).
The recent completion of the Overture Center, 201 State St., and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, 211 State St., promises to provide a favorable impact on local State Street ' ¦
Members of the 2005 championship Wisconsin cross-country team traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with President Bush today. The team is being recognized for NCAA Honors Day, which honors collegiate ' ¦
Nittany Lions stand in the way of UW???s matchup with No. 1 seeded Ohio State