Herald

From the desk of the editor: On seeking truth and feeling grateful

After writing for three years, suddenly I'm at a loss for words to fully describe what The Badger Herald means to me

Politics

With Paul Ryan announcing retirement, Democrats and Republicans gauge potential of ‘blue wave’

The races for governor and Ryan's district could be more competitive than past elections

Herald

The Badger Herald mourns the death of one of its founders, first Editor-in-Chief Patrick Korten

Korten's lifetime defined by dedication to charity and pursuit of individual liberty

ArtsEtc

Skip the airport lines: Irish pubs in Madison that will save you a plane ticket

Get lucky with some of the best pubs in the downtown district

Column

From the desk of the editor: Publications strive their best to fight ‘fake news’ — news consumers should too

Those who do not take time to fact check stories they're sharing are just as complicit in the epidemic of 'fake news'

City of Madison

In a city wounded by spikes of violence in 2017, citizens urgently seek remedy

Police, local officials, grassroots organizers have — at times — contrasting ideas on what it will take to prevent gun violence in Madison

UW-Madison Campus

UW chancellor encourages community to confront strained campus climate as national tensions escalate

Rebecca Blank looks toward future of free speech, faculty retention and Foxconn

Music

Kamasi Washington turns Majestic into retro jazz club for the night

LA saxophonist hypnotized crowd with sweet saxophone riffs

Column

From the desk of the editor: Behind ‘one in four,’ there are stories to be heard

To combat a culture of sexual assault, dialogue about sexual violence must be recentered around survivors rather than alleged assailants

UW-Madison Campus

La orden ejecutiva para terminar DACA deja a los ‘Dreamers’ de UW viviendo en el limbo

Miles de inmigrantes indocumentados en Wisconsin ahora se encontraron con empleo inestable, oportunidades educativas