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Unfair treatment by leasing companies prompts need for student-tenant union

Upsetting power dynamics through a collectivist approach may be the first step to solving landlord-tenant conflicts

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The best way to change future is to understand history

An American history course requirement could foster a wider understanding of the present day in all its nuance

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Trump’s polarizing nature could mean bad news for Leah Vukmir’s campaign

Although a presidential endorsement sounds positive, Trump's divisive politics could alienate centrist voters

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UPDATE: If farmers’ markets lose ability to process SNAP benefits, Wisconsinites lose access to fresh food

Within next six months, many farmer's markets may lose ability to process SNAP benefits, leaving recipients and farmers hurting

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Spaces named after KKK affiliates must be reclaimed, renamed for students of color

Simply concealing KKK affiliates' names protects exclusion of marginalized students

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Renaming of Gender and Sexuality Campus Center step forward for campus inclusivity

GSCC changes name from LGBT Campus Center to remove restrictive language, continue comprehensive programming

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It is not hard to maximize your college experience while minimizing spending

Money management can seem daunting, but it just takes some thought, planning

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Revoking net neutrality will widen gap of educational opportunity

The government should reinstate net neutrality laws, level educational playing field

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By including undocumented students, PEOPLE program takes step forward for educational accessibility

Removal of citizenship requirement means greater opportunities for scholarships, college readiness

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President Trump is not global symbol of peace

Suggesting our commander in chief has done enough to deserve Nobel Prize is wildly misguided