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Falling prey to reactive politics, Democrats work against their own interests

In order to truly combat the wrongs of the current administration, Democrats must focus on inner-party cooperation

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UW students would benefit from more healthy lifestyle programs

For students trying to stay healthy in college, programs implemented by UW promoting a healthy lifestyle would go a long way

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Gerrymandering has intensely gendered implications

Women are statistically more likely to vote democratic, so gerrymandering, specifically in Wisconsin, has silenced their voice

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There is less to implicit bias than we might think

IAT tests unreliable, produce random answers about test-takers

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An artists work should never be separated from their actions off screen

Recent reports of sexual assault accusations have brought to light a glaring Hollywood issue, so turn off your TV

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Gun control debate remains stagnant in the absence of concrete, bipartisan solutions

Protecting human life is a shared value across the aisle — let's make the gun-control debate about logic, pragmatism

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Death penalty system flawed, its existence more so

Central question surrounding death penalty should not be whether we're making it humane, but rather why we practice it at all

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Civic engagement your duty as an American, so take action

Take personal responsibility to understand your local elections, because your vote matters

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In spirit of Wisconsin Idea, students should attend political indoctrination lecture

To uphold message of Wisconsin Idea, students must be open to other perspectives, plain and simple

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Wisconsin politicians deep in NRA pockets, and it shows

Legislators have intimate ties to NRA, inaction in response to mass shootings makes relationship obvious