Column

Staying informed is important — but not always financially feasible

Though news organizations need financial stability of subscriptions, we must recognize inequalities in awareness created by financial barriers

Column

An informed citizenry, a dynamic democracy: Fighting political misinformation

Spread of misinformation on social media threatens freedom of information

State of Wisconsin

Recent Facebook scandal suggests changes at state, federal legislative level

Data of 87 million Facebook users was compromised in companies biggest data crisis in history

Column

Recent Facebook scandal prompts need for government regulation of large tech companies

Websites like Facebook should be seen, regulated like public utilities

Study Abroad

From 4,200 Miles Away: Real life doesn’t have an Instagram filter

It's cliche for a reason — nothing good comes from our obsession with picture-perfect lives

Herald

10 reasons why Mark Zuckerberg was in Madison

If you have a better idea let me know

Banter

Nine posts you’ll see on Facebook about the inauguration

Guaranteed you will see at least one of these

Herald

Ravings of a future stay-at-home dad: Put your money where your status is

Social media is a good place to start, but don't let activism turn into slacktivism

Herald

Social media has made everyone a performer, it’s time for the curtain call

College students are the highest contributors to a culture of competition, insincerity online

Column

Why you shouldn’t rely on Facebook for news

Millenials receive 60 percent of their news through social media, much of it heavily biased