Editorial

Editorial Board: Fall 2019’s biggest stories

Following are the most contested stories from this semester

UW-Madison Campus

Protest calls for climate action, announces new student coalition

Protestors will gather every Friday at Library mall as a part of Fridays for Future

UW-Madison Campus

Students protest ‘hostile’ professor Akbar Sayeed’s return to campus

200-300 protestors gathered on Engineering Mall, then delivered resolution to provost

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Let football bring us together — give Kaepernick another chance

Kaepernick's protest was for something truly American — freedom. He deserves to be on the field.

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Protests are meant to be disruptive — adherence to order would be counterproductive

Insistence that protests remain orderly enforces status quo, silences minority voices

Letter to the Editor

‘Experience doesn’t pay the bills’: Interns deserve to be paid

Pay Our Interns needs your support in national movement to support interns

UW-Madison Campus

UPDATED: #WeareSICofUW protestors call for equity, change, support for five demands

Protest on Bascom Hill by Student Inclusion Committee for equitable treatment of marginalized students

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Youth activism might just save us all

Climate strike movement has gained impressive traction, in large part thanks to work of young activists

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Finding hope in panic: Youth turn to desperation to save the Earth

Facing increasing instability, inaction from those in power, youth are leading climate change movement to hold on to any hope for their future

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Ignorance in activism: Recent climate change protest shows activism can be tarnished by ignorant, insensitive oversight of history

Freedom of speech is vital, but citizens must be cognizant of impact of actions