Herald archives


New eText program lightens students’ load, fattens wallet

Online textbooks are more beneficial to students in terms of cost, safety, accessibility


Increasing conversation about hypermasculinity, male libido central to fight against sexual assault

Rape motives among men may stem from early, implicit education, and addressing male sex drive is crucial to unraveling such a pattern


Gov. Walker’s food stamp drug testing proposal is unconstitutional

Proposed measure is clear misuse of taxpayer dollars, risking livelihood of children in low-income families is unacceptable


Latest gun control legislation beacon of hope for country

Those who lost their lives in 2017 from gun violence deserve justice, preventative gun control legislation


Rubio’s tax proposal step in right direction for middle class Americans across party lines

Tax breaks for middle to lower-class families with children would benefit millions, stimulate economy


Gerrymandering has intensely gendered implications

Women are statistically more likely to vote democratic, so gerrymandering, specifically in Wisconsin, has silenced their voice


Cultural appropriation is never ok, no exceptions

Exploiting marginalized identities, repurposing them without understanding cultural context is not acceptable


Rights of collective student body to safety overpower individual right to bear arms

Coupling data proving danger of campus carry with seemingly increasingly violent campus endangers students


Board of Regents free speech policy directly counter to Wisconsin Idea

Free speech policy prevents students from mending divides by using empathy


Trump’s tax reform demonstrates his shallow nature

Trump's tax plan will not do what he says it will, and Wisconsinites will suffer