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Farm to Table: In America’s Dairyland, UW students with farming backgrounds note campus disconnect

When it comes to food, farming, cross sections, many students remain unaware

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The Tuition Dilemma: students, universities grapple with budget cuts, increased tuition

While universities attempt to mitigate money loss, students struggle with the idea of paying for Zoom University

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COVID-19 in College: Students recovered from COVID-19 share experiences as year begins

As colleges across America grapple with reopening during pandemic, UW students reflect on experience with COVID-19, express concern for future semester

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Called to change: Student activists influence campus communities, fight for BLM, BIPOC justice

Spurred on by widespread civil unrest in wake of George Floyd's death, Madison activists organize to raise awareness, force changes to campus

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WI Want Change: Student activism makes waves on campus and beyond

UW students run for local government, join student groups, protest climate change, police brutality

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(Press)ed for Freedom: As U.S. erupts with protests in wake of George Floyd death, debate on press rights ignites as journalists covering events face police violence

Madison journalists, journalism students weigh in on what current treatment of press means to them, UW professors discuss legal rights

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Crisis Within Crisis: racial inequities in COVID-19 are devastating black people in Wisconsin

As growing body of coronavirus data highlights racial inequities, minorities question when change will come

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Chancellor Blank on COVID-19, UW

As UW adjusts to online delivery during COVID-19, Blank discusses UW emergency procedure, university finances, virtual commencement

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A [fe]male-dominated field: While more women continue to go into journalism, barriers still present

Much progress has been made for female journalists, but in 2020, there are obstacles left to face

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Complex Spaces: As political polarization, politicization of identity increases, UW attempts to balance free speech, inclusivity on campus

Offensive speech is free speech, causing students, experts to debate its place on campus

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