It is about time that we make the distinction between the scientific facts surrounding our health and our political stance.
Even as the Ukrainian conflict continues to see a steady flow of economic sanctions and international pressures levied against Russia, the Chinese government is likely to benefit the most from the conflict despite appearing to be in geopolitical limbo.
Deleting social media doesn’t erase the culture. But it can help slow the impact.
Both a pinch of common sense and ample empirical proof by political science research can tell us that competence, especially for the head of governments, is a desirable feature. But if competence is so desirable… why is the general public so skeptical of technocrats?
While it is incredibly important to understand the need for restrictions to keep our communities safe, it is equally important to recognize how authoritarian governments in developing countries like the Philippines can utilize mandates to exploit their citizens.
It’s long overdue for the university to make adequate investments in survivor and mental health services.
Admired as the “public ivies,” the University of California school system has fortified their favoritism towards out-of-state applicants. To those high school seniors awaiting their soon-to-come admissions decisions, best of luck in the lottery pool.
The United States has a long history of imperialist policies that have resulted in the displacement of indigenous peoples. The United States must immediately stop construction of the Line 3 pipeline — and further, it should refuse to invest more money into infrastructure for nonrenewable energy sources.
Every single person is capable of doing a ridiculous amount of good with a small amount of their effort. Please, join other effective altruists like myself in doing so.
How perceived instances of campus “cancel culture” speaks to school’s lack of inclusivity.
The Board of Regents has selected a new president to lead the University of Wisconsin System Schools — and the decision was made behind closed doors.
Letter to the Editor: Marginalization of QTPOC needs to end, New UW-Madison student organization is dedicated to queer and trans people of colorBy Anonymous | Dec. 9
“I think there is still a lot to be done in terms of representation and embodying diversity in UW-Madison’s overtly heteronormative environment.” – QTPOC’s founder on the university’s needed effort in creating more spaces for queer and trans students of color.