Banter

A word from disappointed freshmen: What the hell is a certificate

Not calling it a minor isn’t quirky — it’s annoying

UW-Madison Campus

Beyond Bars Scholarship Fund to aid incarcerated students

'It’s been my message, something I’ve always said to young men: you have to do the time, so turn your cell into a classroom and really let’s get educated,' EXPO director says

ArtsEtc

Exploring a closed world: Language learning during the pandemic

Despite the challenges of virtual language learning, there are still positives to be found

Banter

Honorlock your relationship

New technology allows for relationships to thrive in super non-toxic way

UW-Madison Campus

Freshmen face difficulties adapting to university life in age of COVID-19

Freshmen say it is difficult to meet, spend time with due to social distancing, restrictions inside UW dormitories

Column

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

UW-Madison Campus

Trump signs executive order requiring colleges to protect free speech, or risk losing federal funding

UW has no plans to change its current policy which addresses, to mixed reactions, many of Trump's concerns

Herald

UW hopes to improve recycling practices through new campaign in College Library

Campaign targets plastic straws, cutlery, paper coffee cups

ArtsEtc

Millions violently protest overbearing student loan debt in ‘Killenials’

Novelist Marty Beckerman calls attention to impending doom of society if college graduates continue to be neglected financially

News

Parents, students paying larger share of college costs, study finds

Families paid 34 percent of children's college education from 2017 to 2018, 11 percent jump from prior year

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