MUSIC

June 16, 2019

Kainalu Preview

Author: Ben Farrell Over the past three years, Madison-based recording artist Kainalu has slowly but surely made a name for himself in the vibrant local music scene. Now, he’s got his eye on a national audience. On Thursday, June 20th, ... Read More >

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SPORTS

May 6, 2019

Why it is Finally Time to Fear the Deer

Author: Jonathan Mills Rallying cries unite a fan base. It is a commonality, and there is something to be said about a rhyme that is as intimidating as it is catchy. When it was first accepted during the 2009-10 NBA ... Read More >

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NEWS

April 26, 2019

TA Association Protests Wages, Escorted by Police out of Bascom Hall

Author: Will Kenneally Police say more than a dozen protesters were escorted out of Bascom Hall as members of the Teaching Assistants’ Association protested administration policy with a sit in on Friday. Members of the TAA were scheduled to meet ... Read More >

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TALK

December 6, 2018

TEDTalk Review: Nita Farahany “When Technology Can Read Our Minds, How Will We Protect Our Privacy?”

Author: Jane Xia Nita Farahany, a bioethicist, lawyer and philosopher, worries about how mind-reading technology can one day destroy our society. The speaker begins with a personal story of escaping Iran during violent protesting in the 1960s. She would call ... Read More >

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