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Pandemic challenges equip UW graduates with enduring life skills

Class of 2022's challenges have taught them adaptability, strength through unique experiences

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Partisan polarization threatens meaningful classroom engagement

Classrooms dominated by political biases prevent constructive student discussion, learning

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Hub II sustainability measures, openness to community concerns are reasons to support new development

Hub II could add campus spirit to already lively Langdon street, offer more living options for students in Greek community

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With another hybrid semester in full swing, use these tips to stay motivated, practice self-care

As quarantine wears on, stay connected and motivated through virtual learning, challenging times

COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
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How to manage your mental health after testing positive for COVID-19

With COVID-19 wreaking havoc to our mental, physical well-being, people should look to friends, mental health resources for support

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COVID-19 put people six feet apart physically – shared experience brings us closer spiritually

While coronavirus pandemic has uprooted everyone's life, raised tensions, it has also brought people, communities together

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Madison campus is not diverse, could be more supportive

Non-minority students could do more next year when Black History Month comes around

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University should prepare students for all parts of being a teacher

In light of Chicago Teacher Strike, it's important for education students to understand the field, be fully dedicated

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Impeachment inquiry may just play right into Trump’s hands

Proceedings with increase political polarization, give Trump grounds to gain voter support

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