Guest Column: Budget Report shows vitality of student journalism

Arthur Ranney,

April 30, 2015

Filed under Opinions

If you browse the website of the Student Press Law Center you will see that student journalism is under attack, sometimes for frivolous reasons, sometimes for substantive ones. High school students who write articles warning of... Read more »

Guest Column: Embracing electricity on the road

Bobby Orwig,

April 16, 2015

Filed under Opinions

ing cars and robots that would serve their every need. Reality may be a bit disappointing in comparison, but that doesn’t mean that technology has not become more exciting along the way. Electric cars have finally taken off—as... Read more »

Guest Column: Another perspective on budget cuts

Lyndal Anthony,

April 1, 2015

Filed under Opinions

The working class can barely survive on the two to three jobs they have to work to make ends meet, so let’s raise the minimum wage. What does raising the minimum actually do? It raises the cost of food at restaurants, grocery... Read more »

Guest Column: Sexual Assault Awareness Month Challenge from Deans of Students Office

Jessi Ensenberger,

April 1, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Sexual assault. Consent. Date rape. These have become buzzwords in recent years, owing in part to the media’s greater coverage of sexual assault on college campuses. This coverage has increased for good reason: according to... Read more »

2014 Political Commercials

Jeremy Williamson

November 11, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Showcase, Top Story

The 2014 Wisconsin gubernatorial election is here and it is clear that both parties are going negative with their advertising (as is with any political battle). The Republican candidate, Scott Walker, and the Democratic candidate, ... Read more »