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Gov. Walker says no to arming teachers, but yes to millions from NRA

Walker's flip-flopping of perspectives raises questions about motivation behind his stance on gun control

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Implementing UW-affiliated self-defense courses combats issues of passive engagement with student safety

Reports of rise in sexual assaults makes threat of sexual violence real, self-defense classes would work to prepare students for the worst

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In an increasingly competitive job market, freelancing provides opportunities for young graduates

With contract jobs and freelancing on the rise economically, college students would benefit from early exposure

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Sony Pictures’ Slender Man film insensitive to Wisconsinites

Local theaters are discouraged from showing movie, which capitalizes on Waukesha tragedy

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UW students would benefit from more healthy lifestyle programs

For students trying to stay healthy in college, programs implemented by UW promoting a healthy lifestyle would go a long way

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UW Diversity Forum will give a voice to the silenced

Highlighted by a Native American keynote speaker, the 2017 UW Diversity Forum does more than just discuss issues of inclusivity

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Response to controversial Dove ad campaign shows power of manipulative media

Sometimes, tracing a controversial story back to its roots will reveal stark truth

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America’s reputation as the land of opportunity is on the brink of disappearing

Political disagreement resulting in legislative stagnation harms the global image of America

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Being biracial at UW could mean sacrificing an identity to conform

On a relatively segregated campus, students struggling with racial identity struggle to find home