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Months before historic flooding, Republicans put Foxconn first, environment second

Deregulation this year filled in one of Wisconsin's last natural defenses against flooding, prompting serious need to rethink environmental policy

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Don’t look behind the curtain: $100 million Foxconn gift distraction from key issues

Scientific research money may be plus, but Foxconn does more harm for Wisconsin than good

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The Problem of Whiteness is still, inevitably, white people

Recent displays on our very own Bascom Hill should be addressed constructively, not aggressively

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The only thing to be learned from Confederate monuments is fear, intolerance

These monuments only sow division, misrepresent racist history of this country — their removal is vital

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Political advertising which targets child victims is not informative, it’s outrageous

Ad campaign slandering Dallet's action against child abuse unethical, incredibly harmful to those involved

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UW Health disregards student safety through employment of John Siebert

Sexual assault is inexcusable regardless of gender, position of power or skill

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Data finds optional diversity training successful in its second year — so why keep it optional?

Our Wisconsin provides vital identity education, needed now more than ever on harsh campus climate

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Emergency contraception vending machines would counter victim-blaming, provide crucial access to reproductive healthcare

Often, burdensome Plan B purchases make reproductive health of women public, vending machines avoid this burden

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Trump’s use of “chain migration” epithet dehumanizes family reunification

Using labels for fear-mongering has long been common immigration technique

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Persistent pattern of violence, discrimination should be enough to reevaluate existence of Greek life at UW

Sororities and fraternities puts its members in harms way and negatively affects those around the area, so where will colleges draw the line?