Column

Proud Boys emblematic of rampant misogyny in America

For far too long have women been subjected to male-dominated rhetoric relegating them to a role as demure housewife

Column

GOP tax reform hits closer to home than students think

Education is a privilege that, because of the tax reform, will become much less accessible for middle, lower class families, students

Column

Voter ID laws discriminate based on race, socioeconomic status

The color of one’s skin or amount of money saved in bank not grounds for revocation of rights

Politics

Wisconsin Republican’s response to indictments paint bleak future for Republican party, country

The Failure of Republicans like Johnson and Ryan to see the enormity of Mueller’s indictments sets low expectations for inner party accountability in the future

Column

A year into Trump’s America and it’s worse than expected

Impotent Trump administration has accomplished little else than polarization in its first year

Column

Zervos testimony deserves to be heard, regardless of Trump’s power

After multiple women have come forward with claims of sexual assault against the president, it's time for their voices to be heard

Herald

Funding research imperative to ending gun violence

Lack of research into mass shootings, mental health, make preventing tragedies like Las Vegas increasingly more difficult

Column

Prohibiting abortion training for UW medical students is absurd

Every medical student should have the right to abortion education, just like every woman should have the right to choose

Column

Game day culture divides student body

Ticket prices, incessant drinking necessary to participate in game day rituals excludes certain students who are unwilling or unable to join in

Column

Disparities in healthcare detrimental for American women

Obama-era rollbacks cause for worry for females whose easy access to health insurance, contraceptives could fly out the window