Column

Women have right to not undergo medically unnecessary procedures for birth control

Medical industry's backwards, sexist policies pose significant threat to gender equality as women seek easier routes to contraceptive pills

Column

FDA’s shortcomings in face of opioid epidemic have state-wide consequences

New study reveals gross negligence by FDA to properly regulate circulation of opioids, safety practices of opioid companies

Column

UW nurse unionization faces dire health care implications

As unions in healthcare industry are on the rise, nurses must remain vigilant against harmful business practices within nurse unions.

Column

Mental illness can’t be used to avoid gun legislation any longer

Prevalence of mass shootings, particularly on college campuses calls for massive policy overhaul

Column

It’s true — science is not a liberal conspiracy

Partisan divide in public trust of scientists reveals Republican scientific policy counteracts research, progress

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From redlining to gentrification: A history of Wisconsin’s urban neighborhoods

How past legislative, societal practices affect current racial, class attitudes in Madison, Milwaukee

Herald

Stephanie Beatriz opens up to UW students with intimate discussion of intersectionality

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star Stephanie Beatriz visits Shannon Hall to discuss acting career as bisexual Latina

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Winter is right around the corner, heightening need for homelessness support

With cold winter ahead, students facing food, shelter insecurity will need support — laws must be implemented quickly

Art

UW alum John Stoops expanding influence with improv theater The Revival

Stoops is on mission to teach students valuable life skills of improv, provide tips for entrepreneurs

Art

UW pays respect to Ho-Chunk history with indigenous people’s textiles exhibit

UW's School of Human Ecology holds indigenous textiles exhibit until Dec. 6