This past Sunday Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for president in 2016—the worst kept secret in politics. Over the last few weeks, Republican candidates have also come forth with their respective declarations of candidacy with undoubtedly more to come. The large difference between the two is that Clinton has a better chance of winning the Democratic nomination without any serious competitor than any non-incumbent in recent memory, while the Republicans have a long primary season ahead.
Speaking truthfully, before getting those Finnish telegrams in the mail—and stumbling on the corpse of my old professor in his library stacks hovel—I had not had many cases as a private detective. I could count them on my left hand. I will, because there were five.
The Badgers (2-1 Big Ten, 11-2 overall) will continue their Big Ten campaign this Saturday when they travel to Champaign, Ill., to take on No. 16 Illinois (11-3, 3-0). The Badgers are on a two game conference winning streak and will be looking to extend their streak against the Fighting Illini.
University of Wisconsin-Madison alumna Erin Luhmann discussed her experiences and newly gained insights after traveling abroad with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof at a lecture Monday.
Food cart vendors, residents and an unprecedented amount of students voiced their opinions concerning the location of late-night food carts during a Vending Oversight Committee meeting Wednesday.
The Multicultural Student Coalition presented its request for funding eligibility to the Associated Students of Madison student council Thursday. Despite Chancellor David Ward’s order that student council determine whether the group is eligible to be funded through student fees this week, council pushed the decision to next week.
Four UW-Madison faculty members have been ranked among the country’s top 300 teachers by The Princeton Review and RateMyProfessors.com.