On March 23, 2016, North Carolina Governor Pat McCroy signed a law preventing local governments in the state of North Carolina from creating legislation to protect transgender and gay people.
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Last night, the Kohl Center hosted an extremely passionate crowd. A crowd that had gathered as a result of Sen.
On Monday, March 23rd 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law. Six years later, I’m so thankful to be one of the 20 million people who have gained quality, affordable healthcare coverage as a result.
Madrid, London, Paris and Brussels...will it ever end? Last Tuesday, innocent civilians in Belgium were terrorized as horrifying attacks killed dozens in a Brussels airport and a subway station. As Americans, we nervously gaze across an ocean to a continent that feels even more vulnerable than the U.S.
You may have heard that Donald Trump is the front-runner to win the Republican presidential nomination.
At the first Republican debate, which seems like an eternity ago, Fox News anchor Bret Baier led off the debate by asking the candidates to raise their hand if they were “unwilling” to pledge their support behind the eventual Republican nominee.
Did you know that 81 percent of car crashes are due to human error? Lately, the media has constantly been discussing ways to make the road a safer place.
When I was younger, I was constantly taught to act like a woman. Until one day I asked, “what does it mean to be a woman?” One of my teachers in elementary school scolded me for not acting like a girl.
While the college experience is one of the milestones that many Americans reminisce on for the rest of their lives, the main reason students go to college is so they can get a job once they graduate.
I’d be lying if I said I don’t feel sheepish, maybe even insecure, when I tell people I’m undecided about my intended major.
Election season is once again upon us.We’ve been inundated with presidential election coverage since last summer and have seen a particularly volatile cycle unfold over the past several months.
Last month, I took time out of my day to go to the Red Gym and vote. The primary election for the Wisconsin Supreme Court opening was being held, and I was eager to fulfill my democratic duty.As my Wisconsinite friends got waved through and casted their votes, I was held up.
The First Amendment to the Constitution, found in the Bill of Rights, famously protects the right to assemble.
A little more than a century ago, the University of Wisconsin-Madison was a completely different place than the campus we walk today.
With Wisconsin’s presidential primary fast approaching on Tuesday, April 5, it is important that everyone voting makes an educated and informed decision.
During Sunday’s Democratic Debate in Flint, Mich., Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., took a moment to highlight what he felt to be a significant difference between himself and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in terms of economic reform.
Well Badgers, spring is upon us. People are coming out of hibernation; the sun is shining, and the hoverboards are back in action.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday he is endorsing Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
On Friday, Speaker Paul Ryan addressed a full ballroom of conservatives at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference.