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Monthly Archives: February 2011

An Account from UW-Madison

An Account from UW-Madison

Bascom Hall at University of Wisconsin-Madison (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons). The other day, I got the chance to catch up with a friend from high school who is now… Read more »

Radiohead delivers with “The King of Limbs”

Radiohead delivers with “The King of Limbs”

Radiohead released “The King of Limbs” on Friday and after a preliminary listen, I love it. At 37 minutes in length, the new album is an admittedly brief but exciting… Read more »

Union Armageddon in Wisconsin

Union Armageddon in Wisconsin

In the first big test for the new wave of Republican lawmakers elected last November, Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin is staring down a genuine revolt against his attempts to… Read more »

Wesleyan Goes to War with Freedom of Association

Wesleyan Goes to War with Freedom of Association

Troubling news down in Connecticut. President Michael Roth of Wesleyan University, one of the so-called “Little Ivies,” has recently issued a stunning letter which declares that starting next fall, students… Read more »

Planned Parenthood Funding Cut Despite Speier Speech

Planned Parenthood Funding Cut Despite Speier Speech

On Thursday night, the House of Representatives debated whether or not to continue funding Planned Parenthood.  Around midnight, Democratic Representative Jackie Speier (CA) stepped forward and spoke in response to… Read more »

Is “Atlas Shrugged” a Flop in the Making?

Is “Atlas Shrugged” a Flop in the Making?

54 years after being published, Atlas Shrugged will finally hit the silver screen. After years of rumors that attached such superstars as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to the production,… Read more »

Changing Faces in the Football Staff

Changing Faces in the Football Staff

Well, this is interesting. The football staff has seen some changes over the last couple of days. First we had the program mutually parting ways with offensive coordinator Jim Pry…. Read more »

Courseguide Returns, Sort Of

Courseguide Returns, Sort Of

Last night at around 4 AM, a fortuitous email was sent to a repressed blitz list, which I can only assume included all undergraduates at the College.The email? A link… Read more »

GOP Potshots in The D

GOP Potshots in The D

I was browsing through articles on the Daily D website when I came across “A Call for Intellectuals,” an op-ed piece calling for academics and scientists to convey the intellectual… Read more »

Kirschwasser

Kirschwasser

Kirsch  Serve neat and at room temperature. The heart may be a lonely hunter. But it is not the loneliest hunter. That distinction belongs to the man shivering on a Zurich… Read more »