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Professors are right — taking notes by hand leads to greater comprehension, learning in class

Though banning laptops seems juvenile, taking notes by hand eliminates distractions, making lectures more conducive for learning

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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

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Midwestern charm combined with urban atmosphere makes Madison role model for other Wisconsin cities

As Wisconsin quickly loses young college graduates to other states, Madison boasts highest concentration of millennial talent in country

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Tough campaign leads Walker to put out uncomfortably graphic advertisements

Regardless of party affiliation, sexualizing school children creates toxic rhetoric

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The difference between learning from mistakes and wasting time

Completion of backlog of rape kits warrants discussion about next steps, not obsession over past mistakes

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Disconnecting government from politics is not effective way to encourage voting

Promotion of politics, education will make constituents more aware of positive impact of voting

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Madison can’t be called liberal if black candidates can’t canvass

Wrongful police call made against state Assembly candidate Stubbs prompts Madison to re-examine racist attitudes

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Hiding homelessness from State Street ignores poverty, further perpetuates systemic inequality

Increasing police presence, fines are not effective methods in preventing homelessness

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Kavanaugh cannot be considered for SCOTUS until accuser is taken seriously

Sen. Ron Johnson's call to hear Kavanaugh's accuser shows respect for political process, integrity of high court

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Diversifying UW faculty will create more effective, conducive learning environment for minority students

Fufilling faculty diversification initiative brings first hand experience without pressuring marginalized student populations