This week, Jim Schaff, a tour guide at the Wisconsin State Capital, shares with us a brief history lesson: Why are we called Badgers? Ever Wondered? The answer may not be so obvious.
We speak to Brittany Ammerman,a leftwinger for the Badgers about the terrific season the she and her teammates are enjoying. Coach Mark Johnson is approaching his 350 win for the Badgers.
In August, Louisiana experienced what officials are calling the worst natural disaster in the U.S. since Hurricane Sandy. East Baton Rouge took on over 20 inches of rain in 48 hours. More than sixty thousand homes were destroyed. So, when the 100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. needed to find a way to send donated […]
The University of Wisconsin Badgers have a long and proud tradition in intercollegiate athletics, with 28 National Titles and 194 Big Ten Championships in a wide variety of men’s and women’s sports over the years. Oddly enough, though, one sport in which the Badgers do not currently compete at a varsity level is America’s pastime, […]
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team has won more NCAA Tournament games than any other team. Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation believes their success comes from five pillars: humility, passion, unity, servant-hood, and thankfulness. In this commentary, McCabe explains why government officials at the state capitol could take a cue from the leadership of […]
This year’s PyeongChang Olympics featured a gold medal rematch in Women’s Hockey, Team USA versus Team Canada. Many call it the greatest current Olympic rivalry. But for Wisconsin, it’s Badgers versus Badgers. With four former Badgers on Team USA and five former Badgers on Team Canada, Wisconsin is coming home with Gold and Silver.