Column

Twitter wars between Wisconsin candidates shows popular news consumption methods need to change

Turning to Twitter for news deprives people of comprehensive news coverage, relavent information

Column

Can’t tell me nothing: Kanye’s social media outburst should concern everyone

Kanye's tirades should not be overlooked, same language fostered, permeated intolerance when Trump ran for president

ArtsEtc

JPEGMAFIA hits The Sett with scathing performance

Preceded by CRASHprez, contrast was key at energy intensive show

Dirty Bird

Lori Bequam to become Associate Dean of Students at Wiscansin University

Dean Tallahassee R. Pain could only keep her hiring under wraps for so long

Column

Trump’s criticism of FBI unwarranted, troubling

Recent backlash from Intelligence Community officials highlights president's lack of integrity

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

Paul Nehlen’s anti-Semitism, hate does not belong in Wisconsin public office

Cut off even by Breitbart, Nehlen's prejudiced rhetoric despicable

Column

Wisconsin GOP congressional candidate Paul Nehlen banned from Twitter, and rightfully so

Regardless of media forum, racist imagery objectively has no place in American politics

Column

Walker’s Twitter tirade against Soglin potentially significant act in gubernatorial race

Actions of candidates are important, but voters must be conscious in deciding their relevance, effect

Column

Do us all a favor, stop giving Trump attention on Twitter

The president's social media activity epitomizes his historically obnoxious strategy to monopolize attention