In a last ditch attempt to drive those who love and cherish the state of Wisconsin away, Governor Scott Walker recently endorsed a Wisconsin-themed Megabus to transport those unwilling to put up with his policies across state lines. “At this point, if I hadn’t made it clear, I really don’t like any of you guys,” …
Following the wake of the Paris attack, many states have declared they will not be accepting Syrian refugees. While this has been met with controversy, as many say that is racial profiling and that it is our duty to help those in need, reactions from refugees have taken a different tone.
About to move to the Big West? Wondering what life is like in the Cheese State? Ask our immigrant about immigrant stuff.
As the Fantasy Football season kicked off late August, avid player Michael Fuller would never have even considered relinquishing his duties. After being crowned his league’s champion for five consecutive years, Fuller subsequently had impressive confidence going into the 2015 season.
Madison, WI-Sophomore entrepreneur Grayson Coyens was disappointed this past week to see that his offer to sell his student football ticket via Facebook went unheard despite the inclusion of a picture of his pet iguana, Ichabod. The post failed to garner even a single “like”.
Madison, WI-Wop aficionados from around the world gathered at Obrick Gardens this past weekend for the first annual Madison Wop Mixer. Attendees paid the traditional $5 a cup for the day, allowing access to live music, hors d’ouevres, and samples from over 300 Wop Vineyards.
BadgerCru is a longstanding campus organization known for bible studies, social events and talking about God at parties. However, this year org leaders said they hope to take the group back to its roots as they launch their first crusade on Byzantine.
In the wake of the recent terrorist attacks on Paris, University of Wisconsin junior Kieran Manfred took to social media to express his shock. Witnessing his friends changing their Facebook profile pictures en masse to a French flag overlay, Manfred joined in solidarity.
Passersby were startled Thursday afternoon when many x01 protesters were seen scaling the building, carrying their “Shame on x01 apartments” with them. University of Wisconsin junior and x01 resident Fred Giddings said he watched the protesters slowly climbing the building from his seventh floor apartment.
Many candidates seen as legitimate contenders have continued to race for the presidential nomination. Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson, current leader in the GOP rankings, claims he has an odd suspicion that he isn’t just an opinionated neurosurgeon from Detroit anymore. “I had been having all these chats with big crowds of people. Tons of …