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While in ‘Red Zone,’ UW needs to reexamine their sexual assault prevention education

Campuses across America must push for culture shift in violence, sexual assault prevention

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It is not hard to maximize your college experience while minimizing spending

Money management can seem daunting, but it just takes some thought, planning

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Innocent until proven guilty — if you can afford it

Laws designed to bring equity to criminal prosecution fail to protect low-income defendants

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With UW Regent in the mix, blue wave looks more promising

Democrats have potential to ensure blue wave, but they must capitalize on opportunities provided by Republican internal conflict

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The future won’t be female if Republicans have anything to do with it

Low involvement of Republican women in politics highlights GOP's shortcomings in supporting even its own women

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Fake news isn’t just fake facts — cherry-picking, misrepresenting the truth is still a lie

Politicians using selective hearing when searching for data to fit agendas immoral, unethical

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Women shouldn’t have to resort to second-rate options for comprehensive healthcare

Direct-to-consumer cancer screening exciting, but reveals shortcomings in women's healthcare access

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Politicians shouldn’t exploit taxpayer dollars for personal gain

After controversial settlement over free speech lawsuit comes question about sincerity of activism

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UW’s impressive voter turnout reflects insurgence of student activism

Students must stay engaged, energized to continue recently galvanized movement of political activism

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UHS is listening. So let’s talk.

Recent additions to staff, expansion of supplemental programs show commitment to improving mental health services