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Wisconsin Truck Drivers Fight Against Sex Trafficking

Author: Alyssa Hui HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS A MAJOR ISSUE NOT ONLY GLOBALLY, AND NATIONALLY, BUT LOCALLY HERE IN WISCONSIN. REPORTER ALYSSA HUI WENT ON A RIDE-ALONG WITH A LOCAL TRUCK DRIVER IN WISCONSIN AND ASKED HIM A FEW QUESTIONS ABOUT … Read More >

UW Health Combats HIV With PrEP It Up

Photo: Av9, licensed under Creative Commons Author: Sam Buisman and Alice Alexeeva UW Health is expanding its efforts to provide the preventative HIV medication called PrEP to Madisonians. According to a press release, UW Health received a $350 thousand grant … Read More >

Big Wild Preview

Authors: Hannah Goldberg and Simone Levin Big Wild, or producer known as Jackson Stell, is coming to to the Sylvee tomorrow, November 14th, as a part of his Superdream Tour featuring Evan Giia and Ark Patrol. Stell gets his influence … Read More >

Illenium Preview

Following the release of his sophomore album, Illenium is coming to the Sylvee this Sunday, November 10, for, what should be, an explosive night. In tow will be Dabin, coming off the release of his second album, Wild Youth, and … Read More >

Crumb Preview

Author: Zack Shapiro Psych and indie rock band Crumb is heading to Madison to play what promises to be a captivating show. Crumb released their first full-length album this past June entitled Jinx, which features many of the same psychedelic, … Read More >

SIC Introduces Itself With Bascom Hill Protest

Protestors gather at Bascom Hall. Photo: Sam Buisman Author: Sam Buisman The newly-formed Student Inclusion Coalition, or SIC, organized a protest on Bascom Hill this Friday to demand inclusive policies for marginalized students.  Roughly two hundred protestors crowded the walkways … Read More >

Austrian Serial Killer Ivan Milat Dies Without Confession

Ivan Milat, circa 1970. Photo: Marco Uiller, licensed under creative commons. Author: Cailyn Schiltz Ivan Milat, Australia’s most notorious serial killer, died this Sunday in Long Bay Jail’s Hospital at the age of 74. He was given seven life sentences … Read More >