Become a Hopeless Ramen-tic

When most Madison students hear the word “Ramen”, they immediately think of those little plastic packages of hard noodles that take 3 minutes to create a meal. Don’t get me wrong, those things are amazing. However, Madison holds the key to a much better kind of ramen! Japanese style restaurant ramen has become a major Read More…

10 night time alternatives to Madison’s party scene

If you’re an incoming student to the University of Wisconsin-Madison or in your last semester here, you’ll never get board here. Unlike our reputation, not everyone wants to party every weekend. Here are some of my favorite non-partying night time actives. Grab a group of friends and treat yourself to a nice dinner Weather you Read More…

The F Words

  Faith and Friends. As an incoming freshman, these are two areas of life that will change quite a bit beginning the moment you first step onto Campus. The Badger Cru organization provides avenues to tackle both of those concepts. Let’s look at faith first. As most people go through life they come to have Read More…

Engage politically at UW-Madison!

When entering a school as large as UW-Madison, new students may have a hard time finding a community of likeminded individuals. Luckily, our school hosts quite a few student run political organizations, which are curated by the university. For many students, these groups serve primarily as a place to meet new people of similar mindsets. Read More…

For the Health Nut or Foodie on a Budget

Slow Food, is an international organization that promotes “good, clean and fair food for all.” UW’S chapter of Slow Food is a non-profit student run organization focusing on locally sourced, sustainable food. Students can choose to be very involved or minimally involved with the range of opportunities within the organization. There are semester internship programs or Read More…