Celebrating 45 Years of The Badger Herald

By: Alex Arriaga | The Badger Herald

The 1960s in Madison was a time when folk icon Bob Dylan could be found hanging out at local coffee shops.

Dylan, most known for his anti-establishment lyrics, felt at home amongst the students at University of Wisconsin, whose protests of the Vietnam War led to rioting and police violence not unlike today’s national headlines, William Gates, a 1973 graduate of UW, said.

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