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Friday, January 28, 2022

Tyler Nickerson


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OPINION

Education progression relies on technology

If you’re reading this, chances are you are educated and come from a relatively well off family. Maybe you are reading this on a phone or tablet that you own. It is also very likely that this access to technology and the learned ability to effectively wield its power gives you a better chance to be economically successful, politically acute and socially adept.  

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NEWS

Walker discusses plans for tax, education reform

Speaking at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, Calif., Friday, Gov. Scott Walker indicated he has major tax and education reforms planned for Wisconsin in the second half of his four-year term, including performance-based funding for schools in the UW System.

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'The best is yet to come'

The optimism and star-power that propelled Barack Obama into office four years ago was immediately met by challenging realities of the time: an economy struggling to regain its footing after the worst recession since the Great Depression and two wars in a volatile Middle East, among other issues.

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NEWS

Romney promises real change in Milwaukee

In a last ditch effort to win the support of Wisconsin voters before Tuesday’s election, Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney rallied thousands of supporters at the state fair grounds in Milwaukee Friday.

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Sandy prompts questions over FEMA’s future

Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast earlier this week, bringing with it massive power outages, transportation problems, billions of dollars in damage and even death. But beyond the material damage, the “super storm” has also brought to national attention funding issues for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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