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UW’s first fully online degree opens up a world of possibilities for nontraditional students

As UW lauches its first fully online degree in personal finance, students unable to attend UW traditionally are able to succeed

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Removing daylight savings time may be worthwhile endeavor for Wisconsin

Wisconsin switching from daylights savings time highlights arguments against implementing it in first place

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School choice programs provide opportunity to less affluent students

Number of private schools may grow too big, posing challenges for public education system

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Foxconn’s ‘innovation centers’ are proving to be a burden on Wisconsin’s economy

Wisconsin's partnership with Foxconn is ultimately turning disastrous as Chinese giant refuses to reveal what their plans in Wisconsin are

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Street medicine provides accessible healthcare for the most vulnerable populations

Urban homeless populations struggle to access adequate healthcare, but expansion of healthcare programs show promise

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What desk graffiti can tell us about campus culture

Inscribed campus desks hold stories of UW students, dating back decades

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A diverse police forces makes for more effective service

As Wisconsin State Police work to expand their force, they must commit to ensuring positive impact on communities

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The unseen benefits of Greek life

Fraternities are known for their wild antics, what function do they serve in campus settings?

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The cost of attending a large university

Small and large universities offer different benefits and downsides, depending on your educational priorities

The first Badgers trickle into lines waiting to start the football game.
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Observing sports culture as a non-fan attending a football school

Our fascination with athletic competitions on grandstand presents interesting questions about our interests, priorities

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