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Longevity of Evers’ education appointments, investments, depend on assembly bipartisanship

Due to the long term-limits and staggered appointments to the Board of Regents, Evers' impact on education could outlive his time as governor

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To reduce violence, civility must make a return to American political culture

Polarized rhetoric may encourage outrageous acts of domestic terrorism

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App to facilitate travel for the disabled is great, but problem of accessibility shouldn’t exist to begin with

Oversight despite Americans with Disabilities Act leaves many places, both abroad, on-campus, inaccessible

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There should be more to running for office than attacking your opponent’s character

Though attack ads are effective in winning elections, campaign advertisements should focus on important issues

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Professors are right — taking notes by hand leads to greater comprehension, learning in class

Though banning laptops seems juvenile, taking notes by hand eliminates distractions, making lectures more conducive for learning

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Are conservatives the real snowflakes?

This year's White House Correspondents' Dinner revealed glaring hypocrisy among political right

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New law limiting scope of civil forfeiture sets precedent for nation

Walker's new law returns rights back to property owners in cases of civil forfeiture – move rest of nation should follow

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Citizens must stay informed through reliable news sources to combat work of Russain trolls

Because of Trump's attacks on media, knowing who to trust more difficult, yet more important than ever

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New Bucks arena will boost Milwaukee economy, morale

Milwaukee has long suffered from more than just NBA losses, new arena can't come soon enough

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Secretary DeVos does not care about your debt

With debt on the rise, DeVos's recent deregulation of loan corporations spell trouble for future graduates