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Thriving despite adversity

Thriving despite adversity

Jason Cuevas, Clarion Staff Writer

September 28, 2011

Every sports team knows that the possibility of losing a player or two lurks on the horizon. What they do not expect are player losses showing up in bunches. Sometimes it takes the unexpected to show just how much adversity a team can handle. The WolfPack volleyball team now sits in the middle of...

Rocking to a new beat: Trio of brothers enjoy their Texan rock ‘n’ roll

Rocking to a new beat: Trio of brothers enjoy their Texan rock ‘n’ roll

Andrew Killgallon, Arts & Cultures editor

June 28, 2011

Surviving the plague of becoming a one hit wonder is nearly impossible. But The Los Lonely Boys has surpassed that and has been touring their homegrown sound around the world for very eager ears. The Los Lonely Boys is a trio of brothers who were raised in a very musical family and through that they...

Students approve plan for a Peace Park

Students approve plan for a Peace Park

Ryan Spoehr, News editor

June 28, 2011

The proposed social area deemed the “Peace Park” has been officially integrated into future construction plans for the Truax campus. At the April 15 Student Activities Board (SAB) meeting, funding for the Peace Park was approved. The Peace Park, originally proposed in 2001, will be a 9/11 memorial....

High price tag of WISPIRG leads to ‘nay’ vote

High price tag of WISPIRG leads to ‘nay’ vote

Ryan Spoehr, News editor

June 28, 2011

After more than two hours of intense debate, the Student Activities Board voted down a proposed allocation of $72,772 to the Wisconsin Public Interest and Research Group (WISPIRG). The decision likely means WISPIRG will not have a presence on campus next year. The group was established as a club last...

New Badger Partnership still sparking debates

New Badger Partnership still sparking debates

Sarah Blaskey, Managing Editor

June 28, 2011

A highly controversial part of the governor’s biennial budget proposal, the New Badger Partnership, would allow University of Wisconsin-Madison more flexibility in certain areas such as tuition, financial aid, faculty compensation, and building. The plan will also allow the university more autonomy...

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