Women should not have to defend decisions they make about their own bodies

New allegations against Dr. John Siebert disheartening, but unfortunately, not surprising


The red herring in the red flag debate: Conservative opposition to common sense gun control misses the point

Removing guns from at-risk individuals lowers the risk of violence, death by suicide


Wisconsin workers have been ‘Foxconned’ out of promised jobs

Though deal proposed a slew of factory jobs, most of them will actually be filled by internally-hired engineers


Baraboo Nazi salute should be taken as seriously as the historical context demands

Though some have dismissed photo as childish mistake, community must take it seriously


Let’s call the Pittsburgh massacre what it is — domestic terrorism.

To counter threat of white nationalist violence, one must be honest about what it is


Expanded WiscAlerts system brings much-needed addition to campus safety

Battle over jurisdictions doesn’t change importance of student safety


Fear of allegations is not a valid reason to ignore sexual assault survivors

Validating survivors' pain does not automatically condemn alleged perpetrators


Religious observance should not be inconvenience for non-Christian students

UW's Christian-centered calendar forces students of other faiths to choose between academics, religious observance


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


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