Editorial

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: Spring 2020’s biggest stories

From campus issues to coronavirus, Editorial Board recaps spring 2020 semester in all its glory

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Milwaukee COVID-19 deaths disproportionately affect black communities

Most segrated city in the United States is segregated in another statistic

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Give it up Trump, suing Wisconsin’s TV stations will not save your re-election campaign

Trump's threat of lawsuit over Priorities USA's commercial regarding Trump's handling of pandemic is futile, will not help him come November elections

COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
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Environmental lessons we should pick up from pandemic

US must take look at what can be learned from COVID-19, how to practice those lessons in fight against climate change

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Amidst COVID-19 anxieties, hospitals should not add upon US citizens’ burdens

Wisconsin hospitals must consider current economic recession, high unemployment rate before suing patients over medical debt

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Looking onward to fall semester reveals current funds insufficient to support UW

Online instruction has left a large impact on UW financially, current UW budget will be insufficient if fall semester is fully digital

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Badger$ense: COVID-19’s impact on the stock market — understanding what it means

Breaking down current situation, why college students should care

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COVID-19 put people six feet apart physically – shared experience brings us closer spiritually

While coronavirus pandemic has uprooted everyone's life, raised tensions, it has also brought people, communities together

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Wisconsin, Ron Johnson must address number of absentee ballots not delivered to voters

Following chaos that ensued during last week's primary elections, Wisconsin voters are entitled to fairer election come November

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UW’s first fully online degree opens up a world of possibilities for nontraditional students

As UW lauches its first fully online degree in personal finance, students unable to attend UW traditionally are able to succeed