To those not convinced that their vote carries enough weight, or to those that are not compelled to act this election day, we urge you: Vote for those who cannot — their lives, that are equally as intrinsic and dignified as your own, deserve nothing less.
Today, the reversal of Obergefell is feeling more and more like a real possibility, and it’s scary to contemplate a world where I and my community, instead of seeing continued progress, are even further marginalized by the government and once more deprived of our freedom to marry the people we love.
People with uteruses have been scared for the protection of their reproductive rights for countless years. Unfortunately, those same people are waiting for the outcome of a terrifyingly hostile overturn of Roe Vs. Wade that has been proposed by national Republican leaders.
It isn’t just the national economy and job market that are suffering from the fossil fuel industry and the effects of climate change. Each community in Wisconsin is facing its own unique struggles.
From our systems of policing and criminal justice to the two-party system at large, the structures that govern our lives at the local and national level must be re-evaluated, rebuilt and reorganized.
Militias need to be met with equal left wing organization in the form of labor unions, political organizations and electoral organizations.
The Presidential candidates and the Vice Presidential candidates shared one thing in common — they avoided answering questions as any “good” politician does.
The WNPRC's growing history of offense throws into question the effectiveness of primate research given its parameters and invites transition to more innovative, morally sound alternatives.
It’s time to truly live up to our claims of environmental stewardship.
The UW-Madison BIPOC Coalition fights to ensure that all BIPOC students feel heard, respected, and welcome on this campus, yet have been repeatedly ignored by UW Administration — continuing a cycle of institutionalized oppression of marginalized voices.
Call me an idealist, but I believe America can do better than a leader chosen out of fear for the other
The scientific consensus is undeniable — the climate crisis is upon us, there remains less than a decade to dramatically cut emissions and revolutionary action is imperative to do so.
How is it that the wealthiest Americans are able to pay less in taxes than everybody else?
If we don’t reconstruct the perspective of Americans’ quickly, the infection rates will constantly increase, endangering millions of people who do their best to protect themselves from the virus.