Wildlife killing contests feature hundreds of participants, ready to hunt the wild creatures of natural landscapes. They bring back coyotes, foxes, rabbits, birds and all sorts of other species. But […]
Bubbler Artist-In-Residence: Cartoons & Animation w/ Rodney Lambr...
Walking the line between fiction and reality, cartoons have the power to convey seemingly complex messages through subtle, and often creative, ways. As a cartoonist, Rodney Lambright Jr. makes use […]
A System of Inequality in Youth Incarceration & Rehabilitation
The United States imprisons more people, per capita, than any other nation. But the distribution of who’s getting locked up isn’t exactly even, especially for juvenile detention centers. According to […]
Would a lottery system make college admissions fairer?
Affirmative action policy has early roots in U.S. history, introduced in 1961 under John F. Kennedy to address workplace discrimination. Since then it has become embedded in college admissions practices […]
WCIJ Reports: A Retrospective on 2018
Founded as a non-profit, non-partisan news gathering organization in 2009, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism has been a mainstay for democracy and freedom of information for over 10 years […]
Maintaing the Ice Age Trail Amid the Government Shutdown
We’re entering week three of the government shutdown with no end in sight. A number of government agencies are deemed “essential” and will continued to function as usual, like the […]
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