UW-Madison professors try to continuously improve the inclusivity of their teaching techniques. COVID-19 has added a new set of considerations. READ MORE
When you’re not ‘safer at home’: How city, state services are supporting domestic abuse victims during quarantine
Allison Garfield | 04/30/2020 2:49pm
Though Madison Police Department has only had a slight 4 percent increase in domestic violence calls since the “Stay-at-Home” order’s been in place, it likely isn’t representative of what’s ...
Sarah Kafka | 04/29/2020 8:00am
Stressors brought by the COVID-19 quarantine have made classes a struggle for UW-Madison students and professors alike, but also created new recognition of the campus community.
Gina Musso | 04/23/2020 9:00am
In the context of a national trend of decreasing religiosity among college students, COVID-19 has changed the way students — and society as a whole — can practice their faith.
Alexa Chatham | 04/22/2020 12:00am
With an increasing population of non-native English speaking students, programs across the state and country provide aid in schools to students learning English as a second language.
Alejandra Canales | 04/19/2020 10:00am
Students and mental health professionals are working to offer suicide prevention resources to UW-Madison’s campus community.