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The semester that was: Fall 2018’s biggest stories

Here's a recap of the biggest stories from Fall 2018 semester

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Your guide to free events this winter weekend

Take a break from studying for finals to watch Donald Glover join historic film series 'Star Wars'

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Craigslist Kicker: Charlie Berens bringing Manitowoc Minute back

After graduating in 2009, Wisconsin’s very own comedian continues to “Keep ‘er Movin’’ with “Oh My Gosh!” tour stop at Shannon Hall Friday night

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Valentia Coffee provides quality coffee, perfect study spot for students

Serving as replacement for Coffeebytes, new business hopes to 'pour over' Madison students while striving toward goal to 'build our palate together'

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‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit turns statistics of sexual assault into voices

Title IX Advisory Committee creates display in step with national campaign

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Women’s fashion: Spring outwear trends

What to wear to slay with new looks during change of season

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‘I can’t eat!’ UW students, organizations reckon with ending hunger at UW

New dining policy puts spotlight on food insecurity on campus

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Dungeons and Badgers: A look into the growing popularity of famous ‘geek’ game

Not bored of board games, niche table top play increasing members

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Board of Regents speech policy a triumph for liberty

Protecting free speech on college campuses is imperative because as it promotes necessary civil discourse, bridges gap between left, right

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Agriculture experts attempt to dispel myths, inform public on GMOs

GMOs are as safe as non-GMO foods for consumers, panelists said