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Raising the bar: Local bars strive to create more inclusive, safe environment for patrons

Business owners attempt to rewrite narrative surrounding bar culture

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Paper cuts deep: The evolution of Wisconsin’s paper industry

Shifting consumer demands push paper mills to close, impact surrounding communities

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My Voice, My Vote: Student vote plays foundational role in decisive election

As November midterm approaches, UW students navigate their role, significance in Wisconsin politics

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Hook, line and sinker: Tackling harmful health risks of fish contamination for anglers, greater community

Angling for education, safe consumption habits, environmental change

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Culture of consciousness: Unearthing fashion’s history, labor practices to design a better future

Calls for sustainable practices and local efforts to make ‘slow’ fashion feasible provide hope to reshape industry

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‘In your hands:’ UW pushes forward through uncertain financial future amid frozen tuition, declining state investment

As Blank leaves behind a decade-worth of attempts to shift UW’s financial model, it is up to new leadership to piece together university’s budget

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An Endless Cycle: Inequities of Wisconsin prison system push advocates to fight for reform

Formerly incarcerated individuals, criminal justice experts propose changes to Wisconsin’s correctional system to reduce recidivism, reform carceral process

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Pass the PFAS: Wisconsin communities grapple with ‘forever chemicals’ as state, federal officials stall regulation standards

'Sometimes you wonder who's looking out for us,' Marinette Water Operations Manager says

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Praise to thee we sing: How the UW Marching Band continues to evolve in the post-Leckrone era

As the UW Band approaches its first spring concert under Dr. Pompey, former leadership and current students reflect on how the organization has evolved during COVID-19, major transitions

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Growing pains: Madison nurses struggle to meet increasing industry pressures as hospitals’ solutions fall short

The strain of an aging patient population, COVID-19 burnout and lack of support for unionization has Madison nurses at their breaking point

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