Pay to play: UW student athletes deserve to be paid

Athletes bring in huge profits for university, but do not reap benefits


Mere awareness of colonial history with indigenous people insufficient toward progress

For a university situated entirely on sacred Ho-Chunk grounds, words do not substitute for actions


A closer look at Evers’ red flag gun law proposal

Extreme Risk Protection Orders have been shown to be successful in limited gun violence in other states — Wisconsin should be next


‘By the people, for the people’: Government efficacy requires public engagement

City of Madison's recent efforts to involve public more in civic action bodes well for improvement of government work


Common Cents: Fall can be a scary time for your spending plan

Follow these tricks and treats from SOHE's Badger$ense program to spend intelligently this fall


Arts and science aren’t opposites — they go side-by-side

Intersection of arts and science has power to introduce more people to different fields


Why celebrating Indigenous history is more important than celebrating genocide

Recognition of Indigenous People's Day is a good start — but it's only the beginning of education process


Generalizations render political discussion ineffective

College Republicans' response to this week's protest at SAC does not contribute positively to productive discourse


Editorial Board: ‘It’s OK not to be OK’

Taking care of your mental health is an integral part of your college experience


Homeward bound: How routine departures from campus impact transition to college

Frequently leaving campus makes adjustment to college life a more difficult process