If many Midwestern students look to attend universities in neighboring states, why should they have to pay the same level of out-of-state tuition when universities they want to attend are in such close proximity?
There have been victims before him. There were other victims that night. More victims than there should ever be. There simply cannot be more.
The battle against mental health on college campuses has gone on for decades, but with the onset of the pandemic, many battles with mental health were pushed aside. In order to tackle these mental health issues and recourse the fight against these challenges, there needs to be a greater allocation of resources toward mental health issues.
Steven Olikara, a candidate in the Wisconsin Democratic primary for U.S. Senate, is ready to move Wisconsin forward to a new generation of the Wisconsin Idea by reforming leadership in Washington.
As the final verdict of the Supreme Court looms, we implore fellow students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to reflect on how an overturn of Roe v. Wade impacts your body, as well as the bodies of your peers.
The 2022 Philippine Presidential Election may mark the return of the corrupt Marcos family political dynasty and threaten U.S. geopolitical positioning in Southeast Asia.
John Mearsheimer’s argument that the U.S. is mostly responsible for the invasion of Ukraine — even from the perspective of his own international relations theory — is ostensibly wrong.
This question of animal crackers being crackers or cookies is a rite of passage for all aspiring editors at the Cardinal, but it was even more so for me. Trying the crackers out and coming up with an answer, right or not, was a means to feeling less foreign in a foreign land.
If marijuana has shown to be significantly less harmful on the body than alcohol, why are users being alienated from their communities?
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.