Students have to shower now and their classmates are pissed that they aren’t.
Students and staff discuss how the drinking culture at UW-Madison has changed as a result of the pandemic.
Food pantries around the globe have seen an uptick in food insecurity as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, and the UW-Madison campus is no exception. Here on campus, various food pantries such as the Open Seat have seen a drastic increase in the number of students, staff and faculty members alike who are struggling to find where their next meal is coming from.
When rumors of the lockdown began circulating the night of Sept. 9th, students began to panic.
UW-Madison professors try to continuously improve the inclusivity of their teaching techniques. COVID-19 has added a new set of considerations.
Continuing education, connecting to community: Individuals with disabilities can audit courses for freeBy Sammie Johnson | Mar. 12, 2020
The UW System has a law that allows people with disabilities to audit courses for free — enriching the lives of these individuals and the community as a whole.
Despite its importance, providing direct feedback to professors can be difficult for many students — but building a stronger connection between students and educators can decrease potential barriers.
UW-Madison students discover new music in a variety of ways, but campus house concerts offer additional connections between concert-goers and emerging artists.