Chris Lotten photographs Kiren Sanders and Owen Christen in front of the The Sylvee marquee on Dec. 4. (Photo © Andy Manis)
How Madison Got to Say “F**K 2020″ in the Most Festive Way

The Sylvee and Majestic Theatre offered photoshoots that featured their marquees, giving people the chance to express their holiday cheer, or lack thereof, in lights.

The Badgers volleyball team's season was delayed until an early 2021 start, and the team has been practicing. With availability on Election Day for a change, the Badgers will be working at local polls instead. (Photo by UW Athletics)
From Volleyball to Volunteering: UW Team Spending Day as Poll Workers

Not all the players were registered to vote, either. Now they are.

Wisconsin volleyball player Dana Rettke goes up for a block during a Badgers practice at the UW Field House. Rettke, a senior three-time All-American, would have competed with the U.S. national team over the summer in hopes of earning a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. (Photo by Bianca Miceli for UW Athletics)
Delayed Schedules And Sideline Watching: How COVID Changed UW Badgers Volleyball Team’s Season

With most of the key players from the team returning, the Badgers are the favorite to win the national title.

Uw Marching band
Marching Bands Across Wisconsin Aren’t Letting COVID-19 Stop the Music

The sports they support are forced off the field, but marching bands keep practicing for when they return.

Residents in Towns Across Wisconsin Rally to Save USPS Ahead of Postmaster Testimony
Residents in Towns Across Wisconsin Rally to Save USPS Ahead of Postmaster Testimony

Rallies were held in cities from Milwaukee to Eau Claire and Mount Horeb prior to postmaster’s testimony Monday.

Volunteer Lana Dyreson hands out food to customers at the the Barneveld Community Café in Barneveld. The owners of the restaurant eliminated prices on the menu so those struggling with unemployment and unable to make ends meet can still get a warm meal. (Photo © Andy Manis)
This Wisconsin Cafe Has One Price on Its Menu: $0

Owners switched business model to help address food insecurity, earn enough to stay open during COVID-19 pandemic.