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This post was written by student science writer Mary Magnuson The morning of December 2, the Madison skyline looked considerably different — as if the city had been transported out west, where mountains and mesas tower. In an image captured by Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies atmospheric scientist Tim […]

Rare mirage dominates Madison skyline


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This is the first blog post by student science writer Mary Magnuson. It’s easy for anyone monitoring the pandemic through months of 24-hour news cycles to pick up on false information or conspiracy theories. We talked to University of Wisconsin–Madison experts to figure out why global events like the COVID-19 […]

Keep your distance from COVID-19 misinformation







It’s finally spring – rain is falling, flowers are blooming, and trees are budding. At least, that’s what’s on the mind of someone without seasonal allergies. On the other hand, those with allergies know that the buds and blossoms actually signal the forthcoming itching, sneezing, coughing, runny noses and puffiness […]

April showers bring may flowers (and allergies)