With the fall semester well underway, University of Wisconsin-Madison students are adjusting to a (mostly) in-person class schedule for the first time in a year and a half. However, for the thousands of students taking a chemistry course with a lab this semester, classes remain virtual due to ongoing construction delays of the university's chemistry building.
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The beginning of the fall semester signals the return of clubs and campus organizations — one of the largest being Greek life. With hundreds of students rushing for fraternities and sororities each fall, many adjustments have been made to the routine rush process to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks within the campus community.
The summer of 2020 brought many people to the streets to protest for racial justice and cultural change in America. The movement for Black lives was largely reinvigorated by young activists and local leaders — like Juliana Bennett.
The Wisconsin China Initiative and University of Wisconsin-Madison Asian American Studies Program hosted a Zoom panel discussion featuring undergraduate and graduate voices Tuesday evening.
Interim president of the University of Wisconsin System Tommy Thompson recently addressed his consideration of consolidating the UW System's branch campuses with the Wisconsin Technical Schools to tackle financial and efficiency problems within the state's education system.