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Texas anthropologist, Jessie Halligan, is set to travel to Wisconsin and give a talk on American Indians - focusing on new discoveries and fresh perspectives on old sites.
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On February 20th, the noted meteorologist, Dr. Roy W. Spencer, fed up with being called a "denier" of global warming, posted a commentary on his blog titled "Time to push back against the global warming Nazis."
This month marks three years since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, so Japanese students are traveling the U.S. to recognize the tragedy.
The United States is often referred to as the "land of opportunity." But an increasing number of US citizens are feeling the pinch, struggling to makes ends meet as inequality in the country rises.
Elizabeth 'Liz' 'Betty' Watt Orear French, 91, passed away Saturday March 1 at Huntington Place in Janesville.
Madison students were dancing for a cause Saturday night. Wisconsin Dance Marathon hosted an event called madiThon at the Memorial Union on campus.
The search for the next leader of Salem-Keizer public schools is down to two candidates who help run larger urban school districts outside Oregon -- though none of the finalists have served as superintendent before.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
The Delta State University flags flew at half-staff last week after a beloved professor passed away Tuesday.
From left, project leader Zhi Yong Cai, graduate student Qifeng Zheng and Shaoqin Gong, an associate professor at UW-Madison, show how aerogel works.
Mixing quite possibly could be the place where more opportunities for mistakes can occur than any other spot in the pre-cooked process.
Only on the hottest summer days or when we've been unexpectedly called away from our scoop do we experience ice cream melting in some way other than in our mouths.
U.S. News & World Report just came out with its list of most expensive state schools for out-of-state students.
Jeanette Wyneken, Ph.D., associate professor of biological science at Florida Atlantic University, and Kate Mansfield, Ph.D., a co-investigator at the University of Central Florida, are the first to successfully track neonate sea turtles in the Atlantic Ocean waters during what had previously been called their "lost years."
Pianists Stanislava Varshavski and Diana Shapiro will take center stage for a concert at 7:30 p.m. on April 4 in the Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance at Silver Lake College, 2406 S. Alverno Road.