Journalists have a job to inform the public, but in an unprecedented public health crisis there is a fine line between informing and spreading fear — when does news help, when does it hurt and how can journalists best report on coronavirus?
The interaction between labels and identity is a double-edged sword — they can build community identity and bring accommodations, but at the same time these words often carry stigmas and assumptions deeply ingrained in our society.
While the last week was Madison’s official “Welcoming Week” for immigrants and refugees in the city, the benefits these individuals bring to their communities last much longer.
While fitness trackers can motivate people to get their steps in, it’s not a given that this trending tech can help people reach a long-term goal of being healthy.
Individuals can continue to learn throughout their lives — beyond a traditional K-12 or college education — often bringing benefits to both the individual and the community.
‘UW-Madison Memes for Milk-Chugging Teens’ fosters campus community through relatable student experiencesBy Sonya Chechik | Jun. 10, 2019
UWMMFMCT is a space for students to connect with each other in their shared UW experience, whether it’s over campus trends, traditions or discussing more serious campus issues.
Despite the physical distance from the border, issues facing immigrants within the Wisconsin community are not far away.
Wisconsin legislators consider new directions for state environmental policies following public calls for action.
MeToo founder Tarana Burke told students they have the power to make a change in sexual violence at UW-Madison during her visit this week. MeToo has already found a place on campus both in and out of the classroom.
Students look back on their experience with sex ed as efforts to improve sex ed swell across campus and Madison.