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Springing into a smart restart

Taking on a third COVID-altered semester

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Progressive student leaders forge new path through Madison city council

Retirement of Prestigiacomo, candidacy of Bailey provide fresh opportunities for progress on issues of transparency, racial equity

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A fight for liberation: BLM continues the movement

How an organization became the movement

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Neutral funding: Behind the ideologies that determine which student orgs get how much tuition money

To Supreme Court, back, an ASM committee approves student org budgets, delegates tuition funds

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Reclaiming Saturday: Students reinvigorate volunteer efforts across campus

Greek life organizations come together to aid Koats for Kids drive, bolster student volunteer efforts

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Sharing governance: Student leaders question UW’s representation of the student body

ASM leadership old and new examine the erosion of students' governing power over the years

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The Wig Lady: Bringing style, confidence to cancer patients

Stephanie Schutz's long, winding path through the hair care industry prepared her for her unique passion — fitting wigs for cancer patients

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One Tomato at a Time: Local efforts work to reconnect Black growers with the land

Urban farming creates agricultural opportunities for Black communities, youth

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A Swing State: During COVID-19, UW student groups change tactics to get youth out to vote

Groups like Badgers for Biden, Young Progressives use new methods to encourage collegiate voting

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The Money Trail: A look at UW’s endowment during COVID-19 as financial issues abound

When it comes to $3.3 billion endowment, where is that money and what can we do with it?

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