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Detours, sideswipes and mega-bad bus rides

As many college students know, when you’re living the university life and rocking it in a city that treats parking like the Hunger Games of asphalt and broken dreams, transportation is a scarce and valuable commodity. College may be portrayed in the movies as a time for young people to fly free, but for the unlucky majority of us who are without cars in this city, that freedom only extends as far as your feet can take you. Your wings can end up feeling decidedly clipped.

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‘127 Hours’ inspiration speaks at UW-Madison

Aron Ralston, the outdoorsman who famously amputated his own arm after being trapped beneath a boulder, spoke at Union South Wednesday as part of the Wisconsin Union Directorate Distinguished Lecture Series to discuss his accident and the effect it has had on his life.

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In defense of the term ‘hipster’

We’ve all been there. You’re at a party, enjoying an intellectually stimulating conversation shouted over the music, or you’re swilling a PBR and pretending to enjoy it, when someone throws down that despicable gauntlet of our post-post-modern young adulthood: “Oh Shannon, you’re such a hipster.”

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‘Super Size Me’ star visits UW

Morgan Spurlock, acclaimed director and producer of multiple documentary films, including “Super Size Me” and “Where in the World is Osama bin Laden?,” discussed his filmmaking experiences at Union South Monday as part of the Wisconsin Union Directorate Distinguished Lecture Series.

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