Out now! The Cost of Living is out online and on all the newsstands across campus. Get yours today!
You heard it here first! Our fall action project is The Cost of Living. Hear @sammykgibbons and @evercaffeinated talk about what's in print and online tomorrow!
Badger basketball is back! The men’s basketball team defeated UW-Oshkosh 82-70 Friday night to kick off the 2018-‘19 season. The women’s team takes on Oshkosh Sunday at 2pm. 📸: @cameraman_flehinger
Happy Halloween from all of us pumpkins at the DC🎃🧟♂️🧛🏻♀️
Repost @melanin.speaking We'd like to announce that we're teaming up with The Daily Cardinal! Together we're producing a new column called Melanin Small Talks. The goal of this column is for writers of color to express themselves to the fullest on a platform that reaches thousands across campus! Starting October 17th (and every Wednesday after), The Daily Cardinal will be publishing submissions online and in print. Anyone who wants to share their poetry/fiction/non-fiction/plain old thoughts can and should submit their work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions for online publication can be made at any time. Submissions for print should be made before Wednesday 2PM each week. Because of the rate at which The Daily Cardinal expects to be publishing content, we are looking for writers who can commit to being consistent content producers. If you'd like to join our team of creators or hear more details, please express your interest by contacting email@example.com
Two issues for the price of none? We think yes! Pick up our new print issues today at any newsstand across campus! #thedailycardinal
Chants of “This is what a feminist looks like” rang out along Langdon Street Thursday as hundreds of Madison community members marched to the Capitol for the #CancelKavanaugh Walkout Against Sexual Assault. Photos by @danaelizabeth99 and @mikewazowsk See the full gallery and story at dailycardinal.com
Happy Friday, Badgers! Here’s a look at some stories for today: “Students of color on a predominately white campus reported struggling to find a sense of community, especially, experts say, in science, technology, engineering, and math fields.” Link here: bit.ly/2CsaxQ2
ICYMI: Wisconsin hosted the prestigious Nuttycombe Invitational cross country meet this weekend, and our own @cameraman_flehinger was on hand to capture the excitement as Badgers swept the individual titles and the men’s team took second place. Read about it (and much more!) at dailycardinal.com/section/sports