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To reform higher education, you must first speak to the students

PROSPER Act currently sought by house Republicans will leave underprivileged students behind

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More money, more corruption: paradox of campaign finance

Best candidates are not those backed by millionaires, but those with dedication, moral political views

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Police violence is gun violence too

In light of recent protests for increased gun reform, senseless violence by officers has been neglected

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Fox News, propaganda machine, deepens harsh divides in American society

As right continues to circulate storylines which add no value to political climate, it's important to identify culprit

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Absence of special elections unfairly strip Wisconsinites of representation

Former Attorney General Eric Holder sued Gov. Scott Walker to preserve integrity of representation in Wisconsin

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Gender inequality in Hollywood moving in the right direction, but still plenty left to do

Industry must work to recognize those films which reflect diversity characteristic of our modern world

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Wisconsin bills aiming to increase school security won’t protect them from mass shootings

Legislation intended to expand background checks has been altered to fund more armed guards – stop bringing guns to schools

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Protests in historically red states indicate importance, urgency of labor politics

Teacher strikes, demonstrations taking place in West Virginia, Oklahoma remind Wisconsinites of Act 10 fallout

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Lower voting age encourages civic action, habitual nature of voting

Demonstrated in palpable activism in Parkland, Florida, youth are driven, deserving of voice

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Sweeping changes to Wisconsin tenant-landlord laws unfairly exploit underprivileged populations

Poorly masked as effort to lower costs for both tenants and landlords, new code only puts more money into landlords' pockets