COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
Column

Risky Business: To stay safe on campus, Badgers must reevaluate risk, personal choices

UW needs to enforce more substantial health procedures to minimize risks on campus, reduce use of hygiene theater

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.'

Sports

In ideal future, sports we hope to see added to Wisconsin’s varsity status

Baseball, gymnastics are among sports we hope to see at Wisconsin in post-pandemic world

UW-Madison Campus

Center for the First Year Experience creates program to help students transition to new campus environment

Returning UW students worked with new students to help them get acquainted with campus life

Column

Silent Crisis: How small business foreclosures spell disaster for the US

With over 100,000 business closing as result of COVID, small businesses themselves require federal, local advocacy to survive

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

Editorial

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: Fall 2020 stories to watch

The Badger Herald Editorial Board deemed these stories important to watch during the fall 2020 semester. Smart Restart The Story — In an effort

Capitol, Madison, State Capitol, Carroll St,
Column

With unemployment at an all-time high, Trump’s new relief order is not the answer

As Gov. Evers limits Wisconsin budget, residents suffering from pandemic require more comprehensive relief

COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
Column

For everyone’s safety, UW must revert to fully online courses for fall semester

UW's response to the ongoing pandemic is insufficient, university must consider revising Smart Restart plan for upcoming semester

Banter

Lakeshore kids more likely to survive a pandemic, uncredible college junior says

No one wants to be unhappy in their residence hall – turns out, unhappiness could help keep freshmen safe during coronavirus. 

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