Student organizers must lay the groundwork for their successors

Ever-changing student body a difficult place to organize, but task made harder by the scarcity of inherited wisdom


Fundamental values of checks and balances justify treasurer’s small role

Voters may have preserved the office of treasurer, but an activist role is unnecessary


Point Counterpoint: A Year in Review for College Democrats

Though 2018 brought many positives, Democrats still have work to do


Point Counterpoint: A year in review for the College Republicans of UW-Madison

2018 brought a slew of success that will carry into the next year


Semester that was: Fall 2018’s biggest stories

Here are the most significant stories of the semester


An appeal to Walker: Set a positive precedent to protect Wisconsin’s democracy

Walker's actions have the opportunity to re-characterize democracy


New tuition hike leaves out-of-state students behind

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


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


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


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