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FILE-Elizabeth Quirmbach, right, registers Ayuka Sinanoglu, center, a Sophomore at the UW on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2020  outside of the UW Memorial Union in Madison, Wis.  A small but steady stream of masked UW-Madison students stopped by voter registration tables outside the unions last week to perform their civic duty. Madison City Clerk’s office employees helped them through the paperwork, sanitized their used pens and talked among themselves as they waited for the next students to filter into the fairly empty tents.(Steve Apps/Wisconsin State Journal via AP)

Voter Restriction Laws are especially impactful on college students

Lauren Uhlrich, Contributing Writer May 2, 2021

In a widespread response to the unsubstantiated claims of election fraud following the 2020 election, legislators have introduced 361 bills with restrictive voting provisions in 47 states. Of these, five...

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., listens as his panel holds a markup of a bill to create a commission to study and address social disparities in the African American community today. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

What to know about H.R. 40: The House Reparations Bill

Nika Schoonover, Politics Editor April 25, 2021

A House committee voted to move forward with legislation aimed at creating plans to remedy the lasting effects of slavery. This is the farthest the legislation has gone through Congress since it was originally...

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., questions Postmaster General Louis DeJoy during a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing on the Postal Service on Capitol Hill, Monday, Aug. 24, 2020, in Washington. (Tom Williams/Pool via AP)

OPINION: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a source of pride for young Latinas

Nadia Hernandez, Assistant News Editor September 1, 2020

Numerous negative stereotypes have plagued Latinas for decades. We are perceived as angry and loud, with more emphasis placed on our looks instead of our character. Young Latinas have struggled with overcoming...

Michelle Lainez, de 17 años, originaria de El Salvador pero que ahora vive en Gaithersburg, Md., habla durante un mitin fuera de la Corte Suprema en Washington, el viernes 8 de noviembre de 2019. La Corte Suprema asume el martes el plan de la administración Trump de poner fin a las protecciones legales que protegen a casi 700.000 inmigrantes de la deportación, en un caso con fuertes connotaciones políticas en medio de la campaña de las elecciones presidenciales de 2020.

Los inmigrantes indocumentados serán excluidos del Censo 2020

Hillary Flores and María Marta Guzmán July 23, 2020

El presidente Donald Trump firmó un memorándum el martes excluyendo a los inmigrantes indocumentados de ser contados en el Censo 2020 en un esfuerzo por redistribuir a los representantes entre los estados.  Trump...

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OPINION: Green New Deal: Ocasio-Cortez led Democrats in a valiant charge of environmentalism — straight off a cliff

Benjamin Conboy, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2019

Democrats had found the Golden Ticket — or rather, the Green Ticket. They had in their holster an idea that was so grand, so focused and inspiring that it enjoyed the support of more than 80 percent...

Sen. Kamala Harris on Capitol Hill on Feb. 7, 2019.

Candidates court college voters: As politicians turn to social media to expand their reach, some are proving more successful than others

Bianca Cseke, Copy Editor February 18, 2019

When Sen. Kamala Harris’ communications director, Lily Adams, posted a video of Harris dancing to Cardi B’s “I Like It” about two weeks ago, she probably thought it would help make the 2020 Democratic...

Lori Lightfoot helps rebuild trust during mayoral race

Lori Lightfoot helps rebuild trust during mayoral race

Emma Oxnevad, Asst. News Editor February 11, 2019

In a crowded political race, it can often be difficult for voters to feel like they have an effective understanding of each candidate. With long-winded speeches and dense jargon, it’s sometimes tricky...

David Krupa announces lawsuit following alleged election fraud

David Krupa announces lawsuit following alleged election fraud

Bianca Cseke, Copy Editor February 11, 2019

David Krupa, the 19-year-old DePaul University freshman running for alderman of the 13th Ward on the Southwest Side, has more work ahead before Election Day later this month. Krupa  announced about two...

Former Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke attends his sentencing hearing for the murder of Laquan McDonald.

Chicago comes to terms with Van Dyke’s 81-month sentence

Brita Hunegs & Emma Oxnevad, Contributing Writer & Asst. News Editor January 28, 2019

Citizens of Chicago were outraged and disappointed when it was announced that former Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke will serve less than a decade for committing second degree murder. Van Dyke...

Student continues campaign for alderman after tumultuous start

Bianca Cseke, Copy Editor January 28, 2019

Being a freshman in college can already be a challenge without having a political campaign to run at the same time, but DePaul freshman David Krupa does not back down easily. The 19-year-old is running...

Gov. J.B. Pritzker acknowledges the crowd after being sworn in as the state's 43rd governor during the Illinois inaugural ceremony Monday, Jan. 14, 2019 in Springfield, Illinois.

Building a new Illinois: Pritzker’s plan

Samuel Rahman, Contributing Writer January 28, 2019

From expanding Illinois’s Medicare system to instituting a progressive graduated income tax, newly inaugurated Gov. J.B. Pritzker has proposed a slew of daring policy plans to overhaul Illinois’ economy....

Gov. Pritzker plans ahead for Illinois and college students

Gov. Pritzker plans ahead for Illinois and college students

Luc Fougere, Contributing Writer January 22, 2019

Newly sworn-in Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker sees the state as one of possibility and promise, and outlined how he plans to fix a variety of issues during his inauguration speech last Monday. “No. Everything...

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