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Back to the Classroom: UW–Madison Returns to In-Person Instruction
After two weeks of all-virtual classes, the UW announced that in-person instruction will resume on September 26. See more >>
Masking: The Truth. Face the Facts about Face-Covering
UW Health gives the straight dope about masks and other face-coverings. (Spoiler alert: they really do help prevent the spread of COVID-19.) Read more >>
The Picture of Health: UW Lands National Medical Imaging Program
A $22 million National Institutes of Health grant will create a new medical imaging center on campus. It’s the revolution you’ve been waiting for … if you’ve been waiting for a revolution in cryo-electron microscopy and tomography. Read more >>
A Veggie Tale: F.H. King Students Donate Produce
The UW’s F.H. King Students for Sustainable Agriculture are raising more than vegetables — they’re also raising spirits. The group is donating the produce it grew on its campus garden plots to help people in need during their Harvest Handouts events. Read more >>
Care Packages: #ItsWhatBadgersDo
Badger students Adam Krumholz x’21 (of football fame) and Demi Philosophos x’20 saw a need in Madison. Working with the city’s Nehemiah organization, they’re creating personal care kits to get essential supplies to people who suffer from social or racial inequities. Watch the video >>
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