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Quarantimes: I taught my mom slang, adventure through audio

Mother-daughter duo breeds chaos, raucous laughter through absolute nonsense banter


The only bagel flavors that matter, ranked by a certified Jew™

None of them are cinnamon raisin, so don’t even ask


Wisconsin’s Jews are not a shield for partisan squabbling

Robin Vos' use of Jewish festivals to excuse rescheduling elections is asinine, unhelpful


Gov. Evers takes first step to create carbon-neutral Wisconsin

Despite opposition from Republicans on state, federal levels, Evers sets high goals to reduce Wisconsin's carbon footprint


Don’t leave us a loan: Wisconsin’s efforts to end student debt crisis

Though refinancing student loans may be solution to student debt crisis, Wisconsin must still have holistic approach


The last six months saw increased attacks on religious minorities. Now it’s time for interfaith solidarity

Though prejudice plagues all communities, standing together is more powerful than standing alone


Hate speech is free speech — it’s time that changes

President Donald Trump's recent executive order prompts discussion on free expression vs. diversity on campus, in law


Nondisclosure agreements do not belong in Wisconsin’s Department of Justice

Attorney General Josh Kaul ended the harmful, chilling practice to silence First Amendment rights last month


Tokenism without representation: Soglin’s campaign treats diversity as an amplifier to a positive public image

Mayor Paul Soglin's reelection website prompts much-need conversation on diversity, inclusion


It’s time for personal conviction vaccination exemptions to go

Mandatory vaccination for those medically able is a strong safeguard for public health