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University‚Äôs focus on employability makes demise of the ‘well-rounded student’ inevitable

University is trending away from its purpose, but students should not give up hope

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Pressure for civility should not dull the celebrations around Walker’s defeat

Though Walker's governorship is done, the ramifications of his tenure remain intact

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Political activism cannot cease once we go to the polls

Showing up to the polls is not the only way to make tangible change. In fact, it's not actually the best way.

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Growth of socialist groups in Madison comes amid misconceptions, confusion

Through political education, socialists in Madison look to push against misinformation to seize political moment

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City of Madison’s endorsement of grassroots campaigns begins to build political awareness

Though direct reduction in U.S. nuclear arms is not imminent, small campaigns play a crucial role in creating large-scale political change

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While important, there are better ways to impact change than through voting

Like its seasonal counterpart Freakfest, VoteFest is another method of control on public activity

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Kaul’s promise to uphold Republican laws indicative of problematic Democratic paradigm

Compromise may be noble, but it is ineffective in winning elections, making political progress

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ASM lacks legitimacy, power of real legislative body

By ignoring foundational problems of ASM, we limit opportunities for effective shared governance on campus

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Discourse on Russian election collusion ignores blatant partisanship

Classic American ideal of justice is more nuanced than most realize, must be taken into account for effective discussion

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Traditional campus political organizations make no effective change

While these groups work hard to promote state candidates, no community partnerships or action can be found