Balanced performance downs North DakotaBy Sam Cusick and Matt Tragesser | Nov. 18, 2015
A new baby female orangutan was welcomed to parents Kawan and Datu earlier this month at the Henry Vilas Zoo, officials announced Thursday.
Students and fans alike know just where to look for him: in the same bottom row seats off the corner of the ice. He’ll be there, most likely wearing the same white sweater and red turtleneck that have become almost his trademark.
The UW-Madison Police Department was alerted to a sexual assault that happened in an on-campus residential hall last Friday, according to a Thursday UWPD release.
Self-described “food innovator” Dave Arnold will share his tales of combining food and technology to create new, innovative products with UW-Madison students on campus Wednesday as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series.
The U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the same-sex marriage bans in both Wisconsin and Indiana were unconstitutional in a decision Thursday.
Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, officially announced his candidacy for mayor at a press conference Monday.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison could face legal action against its “holistic” admissions policy from Project on Fair Representation, the Virginia-based legal group behind the June 2013 U.S. Supreme Court case, Fisher vs. University of Texas-Austin.
Wes Anderson’s newest film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” is the story of a hotel clerk and a lobby boy who work in a large, pink hotel located somewhere in the mountains of Eastern Europe during the interwar period. Alexandre Desplat, who also composed the original soundtracks for “Moonrise Kingdom” and “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” puts his usual pep and penchant for story into the original soundtrack.
Madison residents flocked to the Wisconsin State Capitol Wednesday for the state Senate’s public hearing of the “Higher Education, Lower Debt” bill, which would lower interest rates and offer a tax deduction for student loan payments.
The Majestic Birds will turn the Herald’s ass Cardinal red Saturday.
Richard "Dick" LaCroix ('67) earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Dairy Science and received a full scholarship to play football for the Badgers.