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David Zlesak (second from left) teaches his Woody Landscapes lab outside, with students wearing masks and observing social distance. (Photo courtesy of Pat Deninger, University Communications and Marketing)

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The coronavirus pandemic has led to about 10 million people in the U.S. being infected and more than 200,000 deaths. Student journalists of the Falcon News Service have been reporting on repercussions of the pandemic on campus.

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Falcon News Service stories are reported by students enrolled in journalism courses at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Stories may be used by other media provided credit is given to the author and to Falcon News Service.


Transit and transportation

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