Looking ahead, UHS is focused on developing integrated care services to address ongoing mental health needs, in addition to building a community of support and empowerment for all students.
Not getting the dorm you wanted can be disappointing for anybody, but Audrey explains how it is not the end of the world, and it can even be a good thing.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Class of 2022 will have a unique graduation on Saturday, May 14, as graduates from the College of Letters and Sciences will not be on the field.
The university seeks to address these issues and continually makes efforts to dismantle hostile and intimidating behavior on campus.
The goal of the pledge is to continue fostering high-quality teachers and relieve stress of finances and difficulty of job.
The legislation would push the university to slowly eliminate the purchase of unnecessary and wasteful plastic.
We need to destigmatize periods. If we don’t address menstruation and the societal norms describing it as “gross” or “unnatural,” we won’t be able to address how costly periods actually are.
Media became a makeshift reality during the pandemic. While it was important to have a way to remain connected to people, that came at the price of higher exposure to misinformation.