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Race-blind decisions don’t exist in a society that has always been anything but

Following Texas Tech's decision to repeal affirmative action policies, recognition of racial bias inherent in higher education is vital

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A crucial lifeline, Wisconsin’s jails are overcharging for detainee phone calls

Overcharging for phone calls from jail disproportionately impacts low-income citizens, perpetuates inequality in criminal justice system

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Point Counterpoint: Increased minimum wage would move Wisconsin backward

Other states who raised minimum wage experienced unforeseen drawbacks

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University Health Services work to ‘support sisters, not just cis-ters’ is promising for a more inclusive future

While institutional efforts to increase inclusivity are important, such efforts need to be part of a greater, campus-wide conversation

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In light of Trump’s free speech executive order, UW’s existing policy is worthy of praise

UW System's free speech and protest policy already covers much of Trump's latest executive order

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The most charismatic presidential candidates are also most void of policy-related plans

As some presidential candidates gain fame on twitter, policy-related arguments have gotten lost in the mix

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More wealth inequality, more problems: Wisconsin’s middle class deserves lower taxes and higher wages

Measures in Evers' budget proposal designed to address wealth inequality will benefit all Wisconsinites, economy as a whole

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Madison sees historic ‘pink wave,’ but there’s still work to be done

Though Madison received a much-needed increase in female representation, diversity is still an active choice our city must make

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Hate speech is free speech — it’s time that changes

President Donald Trump's recent executive order prompts discussion on free expression vs. diversity on campus, in law

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Perfect is not the enemy of good: UW must do better to improve sexual assault reporting

Rejection of Callisto software on basis of imperfection jeopardizes students, ignores the software's many benefits