Column

Protest culture essential to roots of democracy, both home, abroad

Fighting for justice integral to fabric of any nation, citizens must ensure government works in their collective favor

Column

UW’s stance on high school walkouts admirable, but hypocritical toward current students

Right to protest should not be infringed upon once prospective student gets to campus

UW-Madison Campus

UW says protesting gun violence won’t hurt admissions prospects

High school students plan to walk out of class at 10 a.m. March 14 for 17 minutes to protest school schootings

Column

Madison officials need to make timely, correct decision regarding Confederate monuments

After six months of inaction, removal of monument memorializing racism deniers would be welcome change

Column

This Thanksgiving, be thankful for the right to protest

In a time as politically polarized as 2017, we should be thankful for the First Amendment

Column

Free speech is good, the Regents decision isn’t

Vague policy prohibits debate of ideas on campus, limiting freedom of speech from both sides of the spectrum

Column

Kneeling at football games plays right into Trump’s hands

Players, coaches, broadcasters are ignoring that majority of Americans, don't watch football for the politics

Column

UW classes that center around societal shortcomings should encourage protest involvement

While other classes can easily implement hands-on experience in connection to their field, some classes that discuss abstract social concepts fall short

Politics

President Trump’s “sovereignty” doctrine isn’t strength, it’s asinine

Failure to condemn Turkish President Erdogan's actions in Turkey produced tangible effects in U.S.

City of Madison

Freedom, Inc. protestors rally to keep police out of Madison schools

Teachers, administrators should be able to handle conflicts within schools, one organizer said