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Students should not bear responsibility to monitor others following Smart Restart failures

Introduction of campus influencers may decrease outbreaks, but only once UW takes accountability for inconsistent enforcement of rules

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Can UW students still celebrate Halloween during a national pandemic?

As COVID-19 cases spike in Dane County, here are ways for UW students to celebrate Halloween safely

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With new hybrid education, UW should implement more effective means of teaching

Online lectures are lacking effectiveness due to unpreparedness, fruitful remote education must be prioritized over other campus activities

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Election Day is November 3 and we need your voice!

What’s up students? If you’re reading this it’s almost Election Day, November 3rd, which means you STILL have time left to cast your ballot

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There will be record voter turnout this year. Vote early!

This is a sponsored letter from VoteAmerica - a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to increasing student voter turnout.

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Trump, Ron Johnson’s dangerous attitude toward COVID-19 is contributing to Wisconsin cases

With Republican lawmakers' disregard to COVID-19, it is up to the public to ensure proper precautions are taken to decrease Wisconsin rates

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COVID’s on the menu: Gov. Evers’ proposed list of businesses with virus cases may be misleading the public

As Gov. Evers announces plan to release names of businesses with employees who tested positive, backlash ensues

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UW students should engage in activism, participate in upcoming election

With elections drawing closer, postal service delays, UW students must promote civic education, electoral process

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Here are some ways to manage your mental health during COVID-19 pandemic

With October being Mental Health Awareness Month, these are suggestions for students to manage their mental health along with academics

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Prison Crisis: Treatment of Wisconsin prisoners during pandemic calls for drastic prison reform

With two prisoners dead from COVID-19, secrecy from Department of Corrections, criminal justice reform is needed now more than ever

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