Office Hours: The U’s W
Today is the final edition of Office Hours with Professor Jon Shelton! We discuss the state of our nation as the Republican party continues to tear itself apart.
Office Hours: Problems With the UW System
Today, Professor Jon Shelton helps us break down what’s going on with the systematic defunding of University of Wisconsin campuses. Also, he emphasizes the importance of labor organization on young industries, including video games.
Office Hours: Second GOP Debate Recap
Professor Jon Shelton returns for another edition of Office Hours, discussing the aftermath of yesterday’s GOP presidential debate.
Office Hours: Government Shutdowns
As we stand at the precipice of a likely government shutdown, Wil and Luke welcome Professor Jon Shelton to explain the history of shutdowns and what they mean. Also, we bid Luke farewell and wish him a very happy honeymoon.
Hot Labor Summer Talks UAW Strike
Wil and Luke are joined by Professor Jon Shelton for Office Hours on a Thursday afternoon. The three discuss what is going on with the United Auto Workers potential strike tonight. They also discuss talk shows crossing the WGA picket line and fantasy football labor locks of the week.
Office Hours: The History of Labor Day
Like many holidays, we take Labor Day for granted. On today’s edition of Office Hours, Professor Jon Shelton walks us through the rich history of this important holiday. We also discuss the future of organized labor and whether or not we can overcome partisanship.
Office Hours: Hot Labor Summer
In the wake of two major decisions by the National Labor Relations Board, professor Jon Shelton weighs in on the current state of unions and labor rights in the US.
Office Hours: Who Gets To Vote?
Anti-woke entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy is rising in the Republican polls, and with him comes a proposal to raise the voting age to 25. Who gets to vote, and how does that relate to our other rights?
Office Hours: Averting a UW Oshkosh Funding Crisis
Class is in session again with Professor Jon Shelton. Today, we focus on a press release from the UW System about the consequences of Wisconsin’s new budget. Approximately 200 faculty members at UW Oshkosh will likely be losing their jobs.