Weekly Newsletter

UW-Madison Campus

Line Breaks Festival fills void of diverse art offerings in Madison

Students of The First Wave Hip-Hop and Urban Arts Learning Community display premiere works in annual festival

Madtown Crier

Madtown Crier: Get out and about while the weather is nice for these events

Spring is here to stay (hopefully)

Music

The Garden twins bring energetic, unconventional show to The Sett

Both heavy drums, heavy bass

Food

Cup O’ Madison: Michelangelo’s serves as a must-visit independently owned local coffee shop

For those who want a socially conscious coffee atmosphere

Music

Foxygen offers wild April Fool’s show at Majestic

Dancing and moshing ensued

Madtown Crier

Madtown Crier: Ease back into school with these post-break events

Take a break from unpacking to attend these gatherings

Music

Drake prioritizes making hits over authenticity in latest ‘playlist’

Where'd he go?

Herald

Nasty Women Reading empowers, celebrates

Organization places focus on women's voices, experiences in upcoming event

Art

Zora Murff gives troubled youth a voice through art

Exhibit uses photography to display the experiences of young individuals caught in the system

Madtown Crier

Madtown Crier: Just because Mardi Gras is over doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in these Madison events

Prepare for St. Patrick's Day, keep up with your Lent fitness goals with this year's Shamrock Shuffle 5K, 10K

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