I am gay. Three of the hardest words any person can think, feel or even say. Three words that start a journey, adventure and never-ending marathon.
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Sexual assault climate Far too often this year, “sexual assault” appeared in the body of an email in our respective Wiscmail inboxes.
Outgoing editor-in-chief Jim DaytonFour years ago, I didn’t know what The Daily Cardinal was. I was a high school senior four months away from beginning my time at UW-Madison.
On the current campaign trail, many candidates have been extremely outspoken over a number of controversial topics.
Freshmen and sophomores, you’d better appreciate the SERF while you still can: After next year, you won’t see it again before you graduate.The major renovations on the Southeast Recreational Facility are a necessary process.
UW-Madison students, alumni and campus community members are sharing their stories of discrimination and bias with the hashtag #TheRealUW, illuminating how for some students, feeling safe, accepted and respected on this campus is not a given.In would-be safe spaces like healing circles and residence halls, students have been mocked and spat on.
All my life, my parents told me that I was smart. They told me that I was going to go to a top-ranked university and become rich when I was older.
In recent years, the Scandinavian countries have become a glistening castle in the distance for leftists.
Two UW-Madison students wrote personal accounts about their experiences dealing with the mental illness of anxiety. Talking to someone, regardless of gender, is the way to beat anxietyAs I laid in bed after a particularly rough day, I finally realized something:I’m not crazy.It took me a while to finally come to this conclusion.
It is not breaking news that college years are filled with wild emotions.From the moment we step on campus, we are overwhelmed with new feelings and experiences we never knew existed.
Hello, my name is Jonah. Invariably, when I introduce myself at weekly recovery programs I am greeted with a chorus of “Hello Jonah,” from a group united by our challenges coping with friends or family who have alcohol problems. I go because I am a senior at UW-Madison who is a non-drinker.Friends old and new ask all the time why I don’t drink. “It’s just a personal choice,” “I never have,” “I have a bad family history,” I usually respond.I rarely ever tell people—even my closest friends—what the answer really comes down to. I’m terrified alcohol would take my life away.
Let’s role play. Imagine you’re going for a walk in your beloved neighborhood when you hear someone calling for your help from their house.
Women’s issues. Sexual assault is a women’s problem. Why are so many women being sexually assaulted?
Last month, I had the privilege of attending Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California. This trade expo gathers all natural companies from small start-ups piloting make-your-own tempeh machines to the natural foods titans, such as Silk and Daiya foods.When walking around the trade expo, wide-eyed with my clipboard in hand, one thing became clear–the natural foods industry is exploding.Whether you call it a food revolution or a plantocalypse, our food system is being reinvented.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump took a big hit in Wisconsin, and now his resilience is questionable.
I am a proud member of the millennial generation. I meet many of the stereotypical expectations of being a millennial; I consider myself to be tech-savvy and plan on voting for Bernie Sanders in my home state’s primary.
Lately, I’ve found myself trapped in a crammed cavity of writer’s block. Writing for the opinion section of any publication presents endless opportunity; one can write about simply anything that they feel strongly about.
Spring break takes people to a variety of destinations. My 2016 destination was set as of October the previous year.
Anger has been a constant theme of this year’s election. The campaigns of Donald Trump and Sen.