The murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department, and the riots and protests that have followed, have forged an essential discussion on police brutality that has been long in the making.
Since the implementation of the SaferBadgers app during the spring semester, many have begun to question if such technology encroaches students' rights to privacy.
After the finale of the Trump Administration, it requires one last look before his page turns over into history and a new chapter begins.
ESG, also known as socially responsible investing or impact investing, refers to investing strategies which consider the environmental, social, and governance factors of companies.
The presidency is an esteemed position with the power to rally Americans and utilize the bully pulpit to shape American views. In the time of crisis, it is the responsibility of the president to respond and unite the country as they think best.
“Don’t give hate a platform!” This audacious remark is only one of the taglines of countless petitions launched at Twitter and Facebook in an attempt to deplatform or ban Donald Trump from their social media sites.
As is frequent for Trump appointees, Barr resigned shortly after, citing the need to spend more time with his family over the holidays — however, it can properly be described as a rat leaving a sinking ship.
Modern America is like a jigsaw puzzle, with each and every person in — or affiliated with — America forming a piece.
WI Lawmakers’ heads are in the clouds if they believe keeping weed illegal and criminalized is good for the stateBy Kalli Anderson | Dec. 3, 2020
So why has Wisconsin’s capital city enforced more lenient rules surrounding marijuana, but not the rest of the state? Why does the state continue to enforce harsh, outdated laws that no longer serve our contemporary times?
In response to a rapid increase of COVID-19 cases, Public Health Madison & Dane County released Emergency Order #10, completely prohibiting all indoor gatherings and limiting outdoor gatherings to 10 people.
Letter to the Editor: Call to Action — UW Administration is Discriminating Against International Student WorkersBy Matthew Mitnick , Lennox Owino , Brian Li and Samuel Jorudd | Nov. 28, 2020
With this decision to deny telecommuting students their hard-earned wages, international students and other students telecommuting to work are locked out of the many ways they can support themselves financially, as they partake in their studies online and attempt to work from home in the midst of a global pandemic.
A new president has, for better or worse, been elected by the people of the United States, but as a nation we are unable, much like the president himself, to concede our partisanship and embrace a national pride and respect for our own countrymen.
Kamala Harris made history on Nov. 7, shattering the glass ceiling and becoming the first woman vice-president-elect in history. She is the first woman and first woman of color to hold this office — a major milestone that exposes our nation’s damaging history of racial injustice and patriarchy.
By growing the quantity and quality of the housing stock in Madison, you open up new funding to promote affordable housing initiatives.