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Race-blind decisions don’t exist in a society that has always been anything but

Following Texas Tech's decision to repeal affirmative action policies, recognition of racial bias inherent in higher education is vital

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A crucial lifeline, Wisconsin’s jails are overcharging for detainee phone calls

Overcharging for phone calls from jail disproportionately impacts low-income citizens, perpetuates inequality in criminal justice system

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Madison sees historic ‘pink wave,’ but there’s still work to be done

Though Madison received a much-needed increase in female representation, diversity is still an active choice our city must make

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Let’s be clear — College admissions have always favored the wealthy

Don't let scandal surrounding college admissions distract from financial privilege inherent in college admissions process

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‘Invisibly shackled’: Parole, probation in Wisconsin create insurmountable barriers to rehabilitation

Current system only serves to keep people trapped within criminal justice system, fails to aid public safety in any way

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Political integrity is vital to democracy — discourse on Twitter must not be an exception

Politics on Twitter has its pitfalls, but now more than ever, constituents have the power to hold their leaders accountable

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Implied consent laws set dangerous precedent for abuse of power

Wisconsin needs to lower number of DUIs, but violation of Fourth Amendment not the right course of action

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Unintended consequences: kids of incarcerated parents suffer most from America’s mass incarceration

Camp Reunite offers many benefits to incarcerated mothers, their children and society, should encourage a nationwide pattern

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Americans need to learn more about world outside America

Lack of global awareness is embarrassing at best, dangerous at worst

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Don’t ignore the data — a drinking age of 21 is better for society

As fun as a lower drinking age would be, its likely harmful effects cannot be ignored