Column

The left has a problem glamorizing anti-American totalitarian regimes

At this year's winter Olympic games, liberals have fallen prey to glorifying violent leaders

Sports

Winter Olympics: Team USA forced out early after loss to Czech Republic

Many are unsure how Americans will fare going forward with this year's performance

Herald

Winter Olympics: Joint Korean team creates major questions on international stage

2018 Winter Olympics scheduled to close Feb. 25

UW figure skating

Figure skating club glides into second place in synchronized skating

Despite early inexperience, unfamiliarity, team's high placement at regionals signals bright future on the ice

Women's Hockey

Canada defeats United States in Olympic women’s hockey preliminaries

Badgers impact felt again before the semifinals begin

Sports

Badgers on ice: Your Olympic preview for everything Badgers in South Korea

Keep tabs on all your favorite Badgers as they compete against the world in Pyeongchang

Men's Hockey

Jim Johannson, US Hockey General Manager and former Badger dies at 53

Johannson was a Badger hockey player from 1982-86

Film

‘I, Tonya’ captures gripping true story of Olympic skater Tonya Harding

Motion picture deserving of its accolades - hilarious, heartbreaking

UW-Madison Campus

Rowing in a league of their own, Wisconsin women compete at elite levels

University of Wisconsin rower Maddie Wanamaker competes on international stage