Column

New tuition hike leaves out-of-state students behind

In attempting to focus on Wisconsin residents, UW risks discouraging out-of-state applicants

Column

Anti-Semitism on campus must be dealt with proactively, at the source

Though anti-Semitism among students manifests itself in graffiti or harassment, it finds a stable home online

Column

Requiring usage of support services may remedy underlying causes of homelessness

Though the City of Madison is on the right track to reducing homelessness, there is always room for improvement

Column

As America mourns President Bush, we must reexamine how we remember our leaders

George H.W. Bush’s story teaches us how historical narratives are often changed, doomed to repeat themselves

Editorial

Editorial Board: To reclaim subverted democracy, Wisconsin must return to its progressive roots

Republican attempts to strip incoming governor, attorney general of power must be met with popular resistance

Column

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

Editorial

The Badger Herald Editorial Board: UW must protect students in light of federal attempts to change Title IX protections

Attempts to provide vague conditions to vital Title IX protections must be resisted

Column

Student city council candidates provide valuable insight, representative leadership

As leaders finally begin to look like their constituencies, Madison cannot discount the impact of young leadership

Column

Rare lame-duck session strips Wisconsin’s democracy of legitimacy, cheats voters

The legislation put forward is a clear, last-minute grab for power by bitter Republican legislature

Column

Evers, Democrats must build base to overcome Republican obstructionism

Only meaningful response to Republican stonewalling is to build broad, popular support for a progressive vision