Column

There are better ways to protect free speech than punishing those who disagree

Protecting students from imminent violence is one thing, but punishing students for vague reasons is another

Column

Trump: 1, NFL: 0

While it may seems Trump's comments were errant, he knew their purpose all along

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: NFL anthem protests constitutional, but harm more than help

Issues as big as unequal justice should be confronted through action rather than through short, vague protest

Column

Stop white-washing NFL protests — they are about systemic racism, not Trump

The goal of kneeling during the national anthem has been, and will always be, justice for people of color

Column

ANTIFA’s violence allows them to be branded as ‘alt-left’

Acting as a violent vigilante is not in ANTIFA's best interest

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: We need more than just one march to make change

In order to make a lasting difference on policy in America, we need to do more than just talk about it — action is needed

UW-Madison Campus

UW students express concern over Walker’s proposal to protect controversial speech

New bill would prevent university officials from punishing students, faculty who voice 'unpopular opinions'

Column

What UW can learn from its students after a never-ending semester of protests

Administration shows potential to grow but still lacks foresight when under pressure

Column

Anti-Trump whining undermines this country

Trump should be afforded, like every other president before him, a clean transition to power

Herald

Complete apathy is best strategy for dealing with Westboro Baptist Church

Hate group relies on antagonizing pedestrians to fund twisted agenda