Features

The Money Trail: A look at UW’s endowment during COVID-19 as financial issues abound

When it comes to $3.3 billion endowment, where is that money and what can we do with it?

Herald

UW votes to cancel Spring Break 2021, start spring classes one week later

Instead of Spring Break, students will have a long weekend April 2 to 4

State of Wisconsin

Evers issues emergency order requiring masks statewide, declares public health emergency

Order to take effect Saturday and extend until September

COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
City of Madison

New order requires all Dane County residents to wear masks in public

'People should assume that everyone wearing a mask is doing it to protect you and themselves,' PHMDC Director says

UW-Madison Campus

Campus events and university travel postponed to August 17

Restrictions in place due to COVID-19 extended from June

UW-Madison Campus

UW to temporarily shut down terrace, part of alumni park due to COVID-19

New order to halt spread, ensure social distancing on campus

City of Madison

Madison’s only emergency domestic violence shelter handles pandemic-related surge in demand

MPD has seen a 14% increase in domestic violence related calls since March

Features

Crisis Within Crisis: racial inequities in COVID-19 are devastating black people in Wisconsin

As growing body of coronavirus data highlights racial inequities, minorities question when change will come

Column

Milwaukee COVID-19 deaths disproportionately affect black communities

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

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

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