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Allen Centennial Garden adopts sustainable practices amid pandemic

Shortage of workers sparked changes to lawn, watering, among others

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Madison bars, night life expand amidst new housing project construction

Chasers, Red Rock, Wando’s are some of the few bars upgrading their services due to dip in pandemic and housing project around corner

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What the federal vaccine requirement means for UW students, employees

UW has found way to ensure high vaccination rates without requiring students and employees to be vaccinated

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Transfer students struggle during pandemic, but Transfer Transition Program can help

Transferring schools during pandemic was uniquely challenging, transfer coordinator says

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UHS hires nine new mental health providers, three will exclusively serve students of color

[Mental Health Services] has prioritized hiring clinicians specifically to support students of colors Director of UW Mental Health Services says

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Marijuana use highest since 80s among college-aged adults

College-aged adult use of marijuana is at historic high, but experts say pandemic, mental health may drive increase

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It’s not over yet: How India continues to combat the delta variant that led to catastrophe for those near, watching from afar

As the U.S. battles the delta variant, the harsh realities faced by India and those connected to the country serve as a cautionary tale

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UW announces face masks will be required in all campus buildings again

Starting August 5, all staff, students, visitors must wear masks in campus buildings due to rise in COVID-19 cases from the Delta variant, UW says

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UW students and compliant MPD officers should face disciplinary consequences for Mifflin gathering, property damages

Mifflin party events shows double standard policing, failure of UW to protect students, enforce regulations

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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

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