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  2. Wisconsin Supreme Court - Wikipedia

    The Wisconsin Supreme Court normally sits in its main hearing room in the East Wing of the Wisconsin State Capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin.Since 1993, the court has also travelled, once or twice a year, to another part of the state to hear several cases as part of its "Justice on Wheels" program.

  3. On, Wisconsin! - Wikipedia,_Wisconsin!

    "On, Wisconsin!" is the fight song of the Wisconsin Badgers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. A version with modified lyrics is the official state song of Wisconsin. "On, Wisconsin!" was also the cry that Arthur MacArthur Jr. used in the Battle of Chattanooga at Missionary Ridge, in the Civil War

  4. University of Wisconsin System - Wikipedia

    The University of Wisconsin System is a university system of public universities in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.It is one of the largest public higher-education systems in the country, enrolling more than 174,000 students each year and employing approximately 39,000 faculty and staff statewide.

  5. University of Wisconsin–Superior - Wikipedia

    Wisconsin's state colleges eventually were reclassified as universities, resulting in another name change in 1964 to Wisconsin State University–Superior. In 1971 Superior became part of the University of Wisconsin System and acquired its present name. [1]

  6. Elkhorn, Wisconsin - Wikipedia,_Wisconsin

    The Walworth County Fair is the largest in Wisconsin after the Wisconsin State Fair. [ citation needed ] In the 1870s, saline water from springs located in Elkhorn was believed to cure rheumatism .

  7. Henry Cousins - Wikipedia

    Henry Cousins (February 7, 1827 – October 25, 1888) was an American lawyer and politician.. Cousins was born in Mayville, New York, where he received his education.He moved to Elyria, Ohio, and studied law.