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This weekend, the UW Women’s Hockey Team will compete in the NCAA tournament’s “Frozen Four.” On Friday night at 7 p.m., Wisconsin takes on Colgate University in Minneapolis. On the other side of the bracket is Clarkson University and Ohio State. Earlier in the year, Ohio state bested Wisconsin, putting a blotch on a near […]
The strange can take on many forms in Andy Gricevich’s poetry. Working with weird music selections in the background and drawing inspiration from reading subjects such as philosophy and biology, the Madison-based writer is bound to get results that feel bizarre and boundary-pushing. But he doesn’t necessarily want readers to see his work that way. […]
Thousands of students across the Madison area walked out of their classrooms today to protest gun violence. They came from middle schools, high schools, and the UW campus — and joined a national student movement. Their message? Do something to end mass shootings. It’s been one month since the shooting at a high school in […]
In our latest audio edition of a Tone Madison story, Chris Lay reads aloud Reid Kurkerewicz’s recent reflection on the state of public art in Madison, which also featured a bunch of great photos by Molly Wallace. After a few weeks of more current articles being added to the feed, we’re going to transition the feature […]
A 25-year plan would consolidate UW Madison’s 20 plus libraries — and renovate existing buildings in a way that consultants say would maximize space. But some worry the changes could deteriorate the quality of research on campus. The plan as it exists now would create more workspaces for students in Memorial library. It would also […]
The country woke up to a rude awakening Monday morning after Sunday’s spring forward into Daylight Saving Time. In this week’s edition of “To Be Honest,” hosts Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke sit down and unwind the mysteries and reasons for the time-shift.