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UPDATE: Walker’s loss, his destructive education policies will linger for years

Though Tony Evers will take assume governorship next year, effects of Walker's tenure are long-lasting and severe

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Politicians should follow Pocan’s lead in standing against Saudi Arabian actions in Yemen

New legislation proposed by Pocan shifts U.S. foreign policy focus from money to morality

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State control over voting procedures is an unfair, antiquated practice

Important issues that decided the character of the nation, like electoral practices, should be under the authority of the federal government

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In light of Kavanaugh confirmation, Democrats must pack the courts

Old FDR plan should rear its head again if Democrats regain control of Congress

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Disconnecting government from politics is not effective way to encourage voting

Promotion of politics, education will make constituents more aware of positive impact of voting

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Tuition is on the rise, and not everyone can keep up

As college prices skyrocket, many students are forced to balance study and full work load

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In light of Nike’s Kaepernick ad campaign, students should be wary of ‘performative progressiveness’ coming from corporations

On a liberal campus like UW, students should be aware of implications of their support for corporations trying to save face

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The best way to change future is to understand history

An American history course requirement could foster a wider understanding of the present day in all its nuance

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Can’t tell me nothing: Kanye’s social media outburst should concern everyone

Kanye's tirades should not be overlooked, same language fostered, permeated intolerance when Trump ran for president

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Cliches aren’t always bad, especially when it comes to taking care of yourself

Breathe, take breaks, manage your time — all these will go long way during finals