Column

A most persistent, easily forgotten problem: Violence in America’s schools

In light of UW bomb threat, recent mass shootings, it's time we recognize America's problem with mass killings

Column

The red herring in the red flag debate: Conservative opposition to common sense gun control misses the point

Removing guns from at-risk individuals lowers the risk of violence, death by suicide

Column

Speculation insufficient to warrant seizure of citizens’ guns

Red Flag gun law proponents have honorable intentions, but potential for violation of fundamental rights too great

City of Madison

‘March for Our Lives’ founders join Wisconsin student activists as part of nationwide ‘Road to Change’ tour

The town hall and voting registration party was the tour's second stop in Wisconsin, they also visited Paul Ryan's Janesville office

Column

Rally for Second Amendment rights in Madison continues volatile gun-control debate

Although many consider Madison to be a liberal bastion, conservative protests keep political dialogue alive

UW-Madison Campus

Students, like legislators, still looking for solutions to gun violence

Student panel demonstrated how campus climate on gun control reflects national debate

State of Wisconsin

‘March for Our Lives’: Madison community rallies behind high school students advocating for gun reform

Thousands gathered at Capitol Saturday morning

Visuals

In photos: On spring break, students march for their lives

Saturday's nationwide protest against gun violence drew thousands to Capitol

Column

UW study proves children deserve better than current gun culture

Correlation between presence of firearms, child depression cause for gun control, stricter regulations

City of Madison

Thousands of Wisconsin high school students walk out of class, gather at Capitol to demand immediate gun reform

Protest was one of numerous across U.S. in reaction to the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in February