An informed citizenry, a dynamic democracy: Fighting political misinformation

Spread of misinformation on social media threatens freedom of information


It’s time to enfranchise Wisconsin’s prisoners

Historically a leader of progressive suffrage, Wisconsin must take steps to remediate voting unconstitutionality


The last six months saw increased attacks on religious minorities. Now it’s time for interfaith solidarity

Though prejudice plagues all communities, standing together is more powerful than standing alone


The semester that was: Spring 2019’s biggest stories

Here are the most contested stories from the spring semester


Republicans have no excuse to vote against the Violence Against Women Act

Wisconsin's Republican congressional delegation needs to prioritize safety over party platform


Leading by example: Wisconsin makes solid strides in clean energy industry

Despite national decrease, Wisconsin continues to add more jobs in renewable energy, establishing good foundation for further progress


Your quick guide to Medicaid: What it is and what it isn’t

While work requirements may seem counterproductive to Medicaid’s objectives, it actually promotes healthy, self-sufficient lifestyle, financial independence


When campus housing costs more than in-state tuition, it’s time to reevaluate

As cost of UW housing continually increases, administration must reassess priorities, aid students with accessibility


Bill that allocates grant money for out-of-state students overlooks valuable occupations

Though Murphy's bill would benefit out-of-state students, it ignores low-income graduates who need grant money the most


The case for Warren’s student loan debt cancellation plan

Plan addresses racial, wealth disparities, making it particularly relevant, beneficial to Wisconsin