Discrimination against Jews revisited during heightened times of anti-Semitism, speaker says

The songs Jews wrote in Yiddish during World War II explain individual's experiences


Immigrè end the 2018 InDIGenous Jazz Series with funky, Afrobeats

Feelings of free, unapologetic movement displayed throughout UW Memorial Union Play Circle during final performance of this years jazz series


‘Mac the Vote’ to serve free slices of Ian’s Pizza to voters this Election Day

Mac n' Cheese slices offered to anyone with 'I voted' or any other sticker until 9 p.m.


Physical insecurities, colorism no match for Afro-Latin entertainer Amara La Negra

'Love and Hip-Hop: Miami' star talks impact of social media in own career, entertainment business


CBD supplements could have greater value than coffee to college students

A personal experience shows why caffeine might have a competitor in Lazarus Naturals' CBD supplements


Madison bar to transform into Moe’s Tavern from ‘The Simpsons’ this Halloween

Stay in Madison without making trek to fictional Springfield to enjoy features of famous show this spooky holiday


Executive Tea Set opens third InDIGenous Jazz Series concert

High praise, applause accompanied by Brennan Connors and Stray Passage at Memorial Union


Bucky awaits students for second annual homecoming block party

Silent Disco, fish, Ben Brust, oh my!


From tale to truth: Golden touch of King Midas is uncovered

Professor of Archaeology C. Brian Rose discussed story behind unexpected findings in King Midas' tomb

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Visiting expert says Russian President Vladimir Putin maintains popular support, power because of institutional setup, misleading public appearance

Expert said Putin may become a lame duck soon