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Updated UW COVID-19 policies increase gathering capacities

'Every additional relaxation [of COVID-19 safety protocols] increases the risk of transmission. The numbers have dropped significantly, but we’re not out of the woods yet,' UW professor says

UW-Madison Campus

SSFC drafts, approves Recreation & Wellbeing Reserve Board Request

SSFC's legislation is designed to offset RecWell's requested segregated fee increase, using Reserve Board funding instead

UW-Madison Campus

SSFC votes unanimously to approve UHS budget, discusses RecWell budget

'They’ve really risen to the occasion and provided so many services for students during this time,' SSFC representative says

UW-Madison Campus

ASM discusses UW lobbying accusations, endorses QLaw FASO statements

ASM also introduced legislation condeming RecWell, Wisconsin Union's request for additional segregated fees for students

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UW-Madison Campus

SSFC strikes down RecWell budget recommendation to increase segregated fees

SSFC leaves other avenues open to offset RecWell's deficits, which will be subject to Reserve Board approval

UW-Madison Campus

SSFC approves Wisconsin Union budget, debates increasing seg fees for RecWell budget

SSFC approves Wisconsin Union budget, including an increase for worker salaries

UW-Madison Campus

UW RecWell expands in-person intramural offerings for spring semester

'What hasn’t changed is the fun to be had,' Coordinator of Sports Programs says

UW-Madison Campus

Nicholas Recreation Center starts semester with long lines for workout spaces

'I was so cold that I just left and didn’t work out that day,' UW student says

Dorms COVID-19 isolation photo
City of Madison

RecWell classes cancelled, UW housing adapts to new Dane County COVID-19 restrictions

Cases have increased 292% since Oct. 7 in Dane County

UW-Madison Campus

Quarantine lifts on Sellery, Witte dorms, in-person classes set to resume

Students will be contacted by instructers with information about when, if their class will resume in person

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