Editorial

Letter to the Editor: Midterm election results another reminder of staunch Republican gerrymandering

Though statewide positions turned blue, Republican-dominated legislature indicates effective gerrymandering

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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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Politicians should follow Pocan’s lead in standing against Saudi Arabian actions in Yemen

New legislation proposed by Pocan shifts U.S. foreign policy focus from money to morality

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Shaming people into voting is unproductive for representative democracy

One must be passionate and educated before exercising their right to vote

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Though Bus Rapid Transit system may improve overcrowding, more cost-effective solutions are available

As more US cities adopt this high-capacity, limited-stop transit system, Madison has reasons to consider other alternatives

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Lack of psychiatrists in Wisconsin, unsatisfactory mental health services on campus fail students

With shortage of psychiatric professionals and complicated process of navigating UHS, many of UW's most vulnerable are left without care

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Madison’s ‘Mayor for Life’ should call it a day

Despite his many successes in city government, Soglin is not the progressive politician we once knew

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As trans, non-binary identities are threatened, UW students must remain allies

Though Trump wants to invalidate transgender and non-binary people, we must make campus welcoming to all

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Don’t blame juvenile crime on police, systemic inequality

Putting blame elsewhere unfairly absolves juveniles of responsibility, leads to repeat offenses

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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.