Rising prescription costs, the opioid crisis and tax breaks — Big Pharma’s history of profit-driven selfishness is easily eclipsed as the COVID-19 pandemic prompts these same companies to delay progress, threatening hopes for international herd immunity.
Entering the school year, students and faculty alike were anxious for how the semester would look. How would the pandemic affect day-to-day campus operations, and could we return “safely” back to campus?
In what has become a somewhat-regular occurrence as of late, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis, once again thrust himself into the national spotlight last week by saying something incredibly dumb.
We may have been born a united nation, but so long as the media remains under capitalism’s grasp, we are in for a dangerous and disunited future.
If the PRO Act passes, working people could bargain, strike, picket and agitate for the wages and conditions they deserve.
With a clear head and the stillness of time, people can be relieved of most of their worries and begin to tap into something special, something pure, something beautiful.
The beauty of baseball is that, despite holding onto its traditions, the game always intersects with broader American culture.
Misinformation has infected the world outside of politics, and if we are to make progress on a number of issues it is imperative that we work to close the misinformation divide.
In this Letter to the Editor, some are calling for Obuseh to withdraw from the race in light of her recent comments.
Until we make laws that support survivors, rapists will continue to get away with their crimes and the institutions meant to preserve “justice” will stand on the wrong side of that scale.
At the Daily Cardinal, we stand with survivors of sexual assault; finding it critical that we — and others — do the same with our words and actions, we can no longer support Ayomi Obuseh.
We need to work to get political representation in this country to the folks that need it most, so that we can create a better America for everybody.
UW-Madison must take strong action in the best interests of students that are left out of aid and scholarship conversations.
A future of destruction and unaccountability, though we are already starting to see it and feel it, is not inevitable. A different future is possible. Fossil fuel companies are not a part of that future.
Requiring police to wear body cameras would not do anything to take away the power of this rogue branch of government that upholds the power of white supremacists. It will only put a band-aid over a bullet-hole-sized problem — a bullet hole that the police themselves are responsible for.