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UW Officials Not Happy with #1 Party School Ranking

University of Wisconsin officials aren’t happy that the flagship Madison campus is ranked first on a list of the nation’s top party schools. The ranking released today (Monday) comes from the Princeton Review, a New York-based tutoring and test prep company that surveys thousands of students and rates colleges in a number of categories each year. 48 more words


aye quilombo

Iguazu is (debatably) one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. (World.new7wonders.com is the list that includes it.) It’s located on the boarder between Brazil and Argentina and is essentially national parks FULL of waterfalls. 1,117 more words


Happy Baby

My first week in Buenos Aires, where I barely speak the language, have no clue how to get around, and have had little real responsibility has made me feel like a small child. 942 more words

UW—Madison Creative Piece

From Alma Mater Vol. 1: The Midwest. Available Now!


Go On, Wisconsin.

Proceed as the Badgers that burrow through this state’s bureaus
Mine a line of reform that runs roughshod throughout these United States. 630 more words


Objective subjectivity: Giulio Tononi’s Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness

this paper was written for Joy Laine’s philosophy of mind class at Macalester College during the fall of 2014. it describes one of the most exciting new theories about consciousness, which comes straight out of my home town of Madison, WI! 1,618 more words


My first semester with BRIDGE!

Hello friends, family, and BRIDGE members!

I thought I would continue the blog that I created while studying abroad (ad-FRENCH-ures, since I was studying in France… haha…) to write my journal about my first semester with BRIDGE at UW-Madison. 1,352 more words

Sophomore Slums

A month ago I interviewed for a summer internship, and the first questions I was asked was, “How do you like Madison?” I prepared for the interview with research and practice, rehearsing responses to questions I tried predicting and going over my resume hundreds of times, but I was taken aback. 393 more words