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For another year, the University of Wisconsin-Madison marching band will top off Greenfield's National Night Out with a performance of its famed Fifth Quarter show.
There are many Phil Rosenthals. This one has been a Chicago Tribune columnist since 2005.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department is seeking help to solve a case of graffiti sprayed on one of the fire pits at the popular Picnic Point on the shores of Lake Mendota.
Trauma has lasting effects on mental and physical health that may stem from changes to DNA which undermine a person's ability to rebound from stress, according to new research.
Copious corn growing in tiny backyard plots? Roses blooming in December? Thanks to technology that the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Richard Vierstra has been developing for years, these things may soon be possible.
Tradition may dictate that men are the chief breadwinners of a relationship but according to new research, that domestic setup is becoming increasingly outdated.
"Back on Track? The Stall and Rebound in Support for Women's New Roles in Work and Politics, 1977 - 2012a 3 by David Cotter, Joan Hermsen, Reeve Vaneman For two and a half decades, from the 1970s to the mid-1990s, every year, a rapidly growing number of Americans began to think that women could bust out of their traditional homemaker roles, take on ... (more)
The first thing to remember about cowboy music is, it isn't country. Country music -- in the famous estimation of -- should be about mama, trucks, trains, prison or getting drunk.
Modernizing American Land Records: Order upon Chaos examines the history of American land concepts, governance, and records systems and their use.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has decided not to move forward with a proposal to delay fall recruiting for its fraternities and sororities.
Christy, a proud UW-Madison grad, joined the NBC 15 news team in June 2014 and is excited to return to her college town.
Bert said: Oh sorry, that was Wisconsin. "The Prince and Me." Since I grew up in Wisconsin, I thought I'd check this.
Ankit Agarwal, PhD, Founder/CEO of Imbed and the Principal Investigator on the grant, said, "This award supports our ongoing investment to develop unique polymeric nanofilm dressings containing silver nanoparticles.
We often hear that there's no owner's manual for raising teenagers -- but UW-Madison hopes a new study will still provide some ideas for haggard parents.
Contributed photo Kaine Korzekwa graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with both a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Bachelor of Journalism on Saturday, May 17. During his time at UT, Korzekwa served as a communications intern at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, was a science writing/communications intern for the College of ... (more)
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