Features

Stop Line 3: The Indigenous-led fight to halt construction on the last remaining segment of a thousand-mile pipeline

The crumbling Line 3 can only operate at half capacity, if finished, the replacement would restore it to its full capacity of 760,000 barrels per day

State of Wisconsin

A fraction of minimum wage: The reality of Bureau of Correctional Enterprises

Understanding the complex prison labor system, pay for BCE workers

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History in its entirety: How whitewashed history education leaves much of history, students out

U.S. education system failing to advance diversity in history classrooms

UW-Madison Campus

Different century, same fight: Black students battle for same causes half a century later

Black UW student leaders from 1969 Black Student Strike, BIPOC Coalition question progress made on racial equity issues at the university

Features

One page at a time: looking at libraries as essential services

How the community hub continues to provide people with unique resources

Features

The New Normal: Students and experts share difficulties, lasting effects of restricted social life

As health guidelines continue to persist, students struggle to form strong, lasting relationships

Features

Cash Cows or Campus Community Members?: The international student experience at UW

UW risks abandoning its international students

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The students who graduated on YouTube

Reflecting on the past year with members of the class of 2020

City of Madison

Springing into a smart restart

Taking on a third COVID-altered semester

Features

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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