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Madtown Crier: Things to distract us from darty weekend

Take a study break from midterms to visit these approaching events


The Orwells fall back on stagnant, repetitive sound in latest release

Chicago-based punk band disappoints in latest release by ignoring the importance of experimentation


Hitlist: Romantic tunes to lift your Valentine’s Day spirit

Romantic playlist for a candle-lit dinner, slow dancing in your kitchen or snuggling on the soda


Teen Daze offers musical take on nature, personal recovery on latest release

Rating: 4/5


Dr. Dog reveals polished indie folk sound on newest, unannounced release

The composition and instrumentation is much simpler in Abandoned Mansion than past albums


Fem Fest returns to Madison with empowering message for women

WUD Music embraces intersectionality, empowers femme-presenting individuals at Memorial Union show


RED brings modern Japanese cuisine to West Washington Avenue

RED is ideal location for date night, special occasion with friends for satisfying, aesthetically pleasing meal


Art exhibit at Multicultural Student Center kicks off Black History Month

Exhibit uses the history of art and pop culture to reflect black queer brilliance


In photos: Women’s March brings colorful protest for justice to Madison streets

As seen through the eyes of citizen photographers at the peaceful demonstration, the future for females is bright


WUD Music hosts Open Mic Night kick-off to celebrate the new Der Rathskeller

With the reopening of the first floor of Memorial Union, a new stage is at students’ disposal

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