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Two steps forward, three steps back: Some fear for the future of the right to choose

Wisconsin experts, citizens reflect on what's next for abortion rights in the Badger state following Texas's new abortion laws

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People of UW: PAVE volunteer coordinator explains need to promote safeguarding against sexual assault

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A modern-day renaissance: How fine arts in Madison continue to rebound in COVID-19 era

With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to ease in Madison, hear from students, professionals why city looks primed for its own renaissance

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People of UW: Moda magazine editor-in-chief shares what fashion means to her

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The rise of bioethics: How the discipline began, persists at UW

From pioneering the field of bioethics 50 years ago to applying morality to science's greatest controversies today, the field's evolution continues on campus

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Century of discoveries: Interconnected tale of UW’s most innovative research epiphanies

The storied history of scientific discovery at UW began over a century ago, cutting edge breakthroughs are still being made today

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People of UW-Madison: Badger Support Network founder explains the importance of mental health advocacy

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United in action: UW students rally to reimagine public safety on Wisconsin campuses

While some student activists saw progress, advocacy for addressing campus policing issues continues to unfold

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It’s not over yet: How India continues to combat the delta variant that led to catastrophe for those near, watching from afar

As the U.S. battles the delta variant, the harsh realities faced by India and those connected to the country serve as a cautionary tale

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Freshman Year 2.0: The Class of 2024 reflects on COVID filled first year, looks to new beginning ahead

As returning sophomores and incoming freshmen plan for expected return to normal this fall, class of 2024 shares unique first-year experiences on campus

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