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New study tracks whether immunized students can still spread COVID-19

'It affords an opportunity to do research, watching how the virus spreads between people, without the worry that individuals who are being observed are at a risk for severe COVID, making it amenable to research,' population health expert says

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Science News

Updated UW COVID-19 policies increase gathering capacities

'Every additional relaxation [of COVID-19 safety protocols] increases the risk of transmission. The numbers have dropped significantly, but we’re not out of the woods yet,' UW professor says

Banter

Online, not fine /:

Ever since the college experience has moved from the classroom to the computer, student morale has been at an all-time low

UW-Madison Campus

UW implements new COVID-19 testing protocols with Safer Badgers App, mixed reactions from students

Some students think UW testing is efficient, others think further changes could be made to testing sites, procedures

Sports

UW alumni create multimedia sports brand IKE

UW alumni create IKE, a multimedia platform that broadcasts Wisconsin sports content

ArtsEtc

Review of Spillage Village’s new ‘Spilligion’ album

Atlanta-based rap group Spillage Village drops new album as year winds to a close

ArtsEtc

WUD Music introduces series of online concerts

New format allows for increased interaction between audience and performer

ArtsEtc

Here’s a roundup of latest hip-hop tracks from summer 2020

From Drake to Flatbush Zombies, hip-hop from 2020 summer recapped

ArtsEtc

Mother Earth Cleaners stays afloat through pandemic, offering sustainable cleaning

An interview with founder and owner of cleaning company that focuses on sustainability, customer service, efficient work

ArtsEtc

Black artists release array of social justice-inspired music

With BLM protests continuing globally, musicians drop social justice anthems

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