UW-Madison Campus

People of UW: Owner of Orchid Blossom Gifts LLC shares story of how she discovered her passion for entrepreneurship

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UW-Madison Campus

People of UW: Wisconsin Collegiate DECA president shares how DECA prepared her for success

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City of Madison

Wisconsin bars, restaurants struggle in spite of high sales

Supply chain issues, ongoing labor shortage make restaurant management difficult

City of Madison

Legal loophole allows Madison businesses to sell marijuana-like drug Delta-8 THC

'It’s painfully obvious that we’re the only state in our region that hasn't legalized medicinal marijuana, so it makes sense that there’s this huge market for delta-8,' District 4 alder says

Academics

UPDATED: UW remains tied for 42nd in overall U.S. News’ college rankings

UW performs well in student retention, graduation rates, research performance, UW Director of Media Relations says

Art

Local shop owner finds strength looking back on challenging 2020

State Street’s August was hit hard by both the pandemic and protests, but store owner says why the year presents more positives than downsides in retrospect

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin lawmakers oppose vaccine passports

'I think that’s not the role of the government to dictate where people can and can’t go based on a shot,' senator says

City of Madison

Madison sees decrease in bankruptcies amid pandemic

Lender, landlord leniency credited for decrease in bankruptcies, but total bankruptcies may not be seen yet, UW experts say

Memo Union, Union Terrace
UW-Madison Campus

Wisconsin Union announces $15 million expected budget deficit at SSFC meeting

Union will likely see 60% decrease in revenue this year due to COVID-19 constraints

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin restaurant owners fear business closure in near future due to pandemic

Director of Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship says 'issues will not be resolved until customers feel safe to return to in person dining.'

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