“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” brings an erratic take to the world of American sitcoms, making the show one of the best ever produced.
With the bar scene at UW-Madison’s campus starting to become more strict, students will be forced into drinking at unsafe house parties instead.
During a constantly changing pandemic, we need a health agency that adapts and responds rapidly.
Fear mongering of voters that America will be at its worst if the opposing party wins is a common strategy used by political campaigns, but the effects of this on the American electorate are drastic and need to stop.
Student busing isn’t a failure, but it's far from what it has the potential to be. Poor maintenance of bus schedules, a lack of the necessary number of buses and little control of student foot traffic causes delays that at times make attempting to take the bus almost entirely pointless.
Free college is vital to creating a highly-educated workforce and advancing the nation.
We need to decrease the stigma surrounding mental health.
Many of our elected officials have become too old to stay in touch with new generations. This has become a problem for young voters, as they feel disconnected from their representation in the federal government. Instead, the American electorate needs to favor younger candidates to stay in touch with our younger voters.
The common theme of far-right groups gaining popularity after every election year is not solely viable in the United States. This type of conservatism has planted its roots deeply in European nations.
The federal minimum wage needs to be raised to $15 an hour to support lower-class Americans. If the United States has seen such staunch economic success over the past 70 years, why is it that we are paying workers less in the present day than in the past?
With capacity issues at dorms, and some Madison rent prices rising by up to 20% next year, University of Wisconsin-Madison students are left to bear the burden of an increasingly predatory and volatile housing market.
As I was able to work at the ballpark this summer instead of a classic summer internship, I found insight on the superficial environment that is created by summer internships as a whole.
In today’s society, social media has provided dilemmas for free speech. The hate speech and other harmful rhetoric on these websites can only be addressed by robust public debate if free speech remains unfettered and dialogue is encouraged.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s response to the recent antisemitism on campus was wrong. Instead of completely denouncing the incidents, the university favored hate speech that was publicized as a time for debate rather than condemnation.