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Implementation of mental health days at UW could contribute to student wellbeing

To supplement systemic changes to campus mental health resources, mental health days can offer immediate support


Among many criticisms, Utah social media law imposes sweeping First Amendment restrictions

Though intended to protect minors on social media, Utah law may unconstitutionally prevent some adults from accessing digital content

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Tamara Keith discusses declining trust in media, importance of local news

Keith is LaFollete School of Public Affairs' spring 2023 journalist in residence


The ‘radio partisan’: NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith’s multifaceted success

Ahead of talk at UW, Keith shares her approach to journalism, emphasizes fairness, trust


Meet Fall 2022 Editorial Board


Polarizing media trends should be considered main reason for increased youth voter turnout

Phenomena like spiral of silence, game framing may have contributed to changes in voter participation


MPD budget increase could be used for police reform

Police brutality has racked nation in recent years, funding better officer recruiting, vetting processes could begin reform


Yik Yak offers positive comedic community to students despite controversy

After a four years offline, the app has returned with new safety measures to prevent hate speech


Pittsburgh musician Benji. rises steadily from local rap scene

Following his first live show in Madison, last stop on tour in 2019, Benji. shares his journey


NPR’s top albums of 2018 led by women, artists of color

Janelle Monáe, Tierra Whack, Travis Scott among top of the list

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