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Archives for November 2015
Recent events on the campus of the University of Missouri have contributed to a nationwide discussion of race relations, discrimination, and the systemic and structural inequities that people of color face. When these problems compound with limited access to resources and inequities within the systems designed to address these issues, a solution can be difficult […]
For some student veterans, the transition from active duty to campus life can present challenges that are different from their peers.
Bicycling is often the quickest and most convenient mode of transportation around campus, but this semester, the UW-Madison Police Department (UWPD) saw an uptick in bicycle-related crashes, injuries, and violations. As a result, UWPD is stepping up bicycle violation enforcement to increase safety for bicyclists, motorists, and pedestrians alike. “It all comes down to basic […]
The trained staff in the UHS End Violence on Campus (EVOC) Victim Advocacy & Survivor Services unit provides confidential, emotional supportive counseling to student victim/survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, regardless of when they experienced victimization. Services provided can include assistance with academic, housing, transportation, and work accommodations; information about reporting options; […]
Parasitic freshwater worms in the Nile River can infect whitewater rafters with a potentially fatal disease in regions where hospitals are few and far-between, and it’s Linda Johnson’s job to try to protect you from them. Johnson and her team run the UHS Travel Clinic, where students can go to be sure they’re in shape […]
Technology can be used to manage almost any aspect of our lives, and health and fitness is no exception. But with an abundance of information at your fingertips, how can you know what to trust to include in your fitness plan? Here’s what three UHS experts had to say. Fitness Plans and Yoga Going to […]