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Groundhogs Day predictions: 6 more weeks of winter, detrimental climate change and a nonexistent end to the covid lockdownBy Gillian Rawling | Feb. 4
Punxsutawney Phil sans mask
UW-Madison community members show both excitement and skepticism toward President Biden’s plans to combat climate change yet seek a sustainable, environmentally friendly future.
The student governance body unanimously passes an amendment to their student relief fund in an attempt to dodge legal issues.
With a hybrid model in place, UW professors and instructors are hoping to promote student involvement and engagement — on and offline — while facing a number of challenges relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
Wisconsin organizations donated a total of approximately $279,000 over the past three years to the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), which promoted the Jan. 6 Capitol riots that resulted in the deaths of five people.
Building a better bioimaging community: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative supports international partnershipBy Morgan Lock | Feb. 4
The Morgridge Institute’s Kevin Eliceri describes how a new grant will help foster learning and community for UW-Madison students interested in bioimaging.
Of the many events to come from 2020, perhaps one of the more positive was a renewed set of dietary guidelines for Americans. In a nation riddled with chronic disease, informing the public about what to eat could be crucial in battling obesity and related health issues. The guidelines included information designed to combat our nation’s growing health problems, but many believe it failed to do what was necessary to help a large part of the U.S. population.
F.H. King and Badger Rock carry on a forward approach to food justice, getting fresh food to those that need it most.
The Badgers had a long and eventful week, and it's only going to get tougher from here on out.
Officials unveil new homeless shelter capable of housing 250 amidst ongoing COVID-19 housing crisis.