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Graduation season begins at area colleges
UNDATED Thousands of Wisconsin college students graduated over the weekend and many still face uncertain job prospects in the wake of the Great Recession.
Sat May 18, 2013
Obama and Walker earn identical approval ratings in Wisconsin
We saw it in 2012 when the two weathered Wisconsin's turmoil and tribal division by earning the very same share of the vote five months apart.
Wed May 15, 2013
Bucky's 5th Quarter
Wisconsin football recruiting: Arrowhead DE Billy Hirschfeld commits to 2014 class
The Badgers picked up the fifth commitment of their 2014 class in the 6-foot-6, 270-pound in-state prospect from Hartland.
Tue May 14, 2013
Freeze University of Wisconsin System tuition, red and blue Wisconsin voters agree
In a state that is divided on one political issue after another, there's at least an apparent point of agreement that unites Badgers: freezing tuition at the University of Wisconsin.
Thu May 09, 2013
Polling expert Charles Franklin leaves UW for Marquette Law School
Charles Franklin, a nationally recognized government scholar whose polls correctly predicted outcomes in the 2012 election , will join the Marquette University Law School as a full-time professor and lead the school's poll.
Sun May 05, 2013
Riedl, a Marquette grad, was among first 150 female pioneers in law
One of two women to graduate from the Marquette University Law School's class of 1936, she was honored in 1998 by the State Bar of Wisconsin as one of the first 150 female pioneers in law.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Bill would give bar owners weapon against underage drinkers
Tavern and liquor store owners may be able to turn the tables on underage drinkers if a bill that unanimously passed a state Assembly committee on Tuesday eventually becomes law.
College Republicans shoot for safety
It's not typical that student organization events feature firing 9 mm Glocks and dealing with a Wisconsin state trooper, but that's how 25 College Republicans spent their Sunday morning in Waukesha.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Cafe La Paloma coming to Walker's Point
Cafe La Paloma, a new Mexican restaurant in Walker's Point, will soon open at 606 S. 5th St.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
A Time to Build | Moving Milwaukee forward
Ideas, risk-taking and industrial muscle built Milwaukee. To move forward, the region needs brain power and an economy fueled by entrepreneurs and start-ups. VIDEO : Amira Alvarez and her husband, Jack Alves, walk their dog, Luigi, along N. Prospect Ave.
Alumnus donates $1 million to Marquette for student awards
A 1953 graduate of Marquette's School of Medicine, now known as the Medical College of Wisconsin, donated $1 million in merit-based achievement awards to Marquette in his will, the university announced last week.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Is Earth Day now a Catholic holiday?
A study of world religions is almost a required class at most universities. In these classes, it is commonly taught that the various religions of the world are "essentially" the same, with some minor, ultimately insignificant differences.