The Student Government Association elected its new executive board April 22. The elections took place online and the candidates campaigned through social media, emails and direct messages.
Racial and social justice movements persist in professional sports, and athletes and leagues are hoping to be leaders in this movement using their platforms.
Trump isn’t trying to hide his intentions behind suppressing voters; people on every side of the political spectrum should be concerned.
Art by Caitlin Roark The fracture between the long-standing political parties in the United States can be drilled down into one thing: civic literacy. Civic literacy is knowing how to actively participate and initiate change within communities; it is to vote and vote consciously. The lack of educated voters can be solved by obtaining the […]
Art by Ally Armstrong This column serves as the voice of the Black Student Association and is written by Amani McCalleb, a member of the BSA e-board. The time that many people have been anticipating has finally come around: Midterm elections. With political tensions at an all-time high over the last year or two, movements […]
With the Nov. 6, 2018 election less than a month away, it is important to reflect on why voting matters
Art by Sybil Zhang Washington is in the beginning stages of a downward spiral because of the constant fighting between the President and Capitol Hill. Students must pay attention to the fact that tax reform will be nonexistent if Trump doesn’t work well with the Democrats, and that the Trump-like candidates running for 2018 may […]
Graphic by Nate Barton I sat on a couch in the newsroom sobbing less-than-quietly. Cuddled together on two small couches were 10 editors and writers, seeking comfort from each other as we watched the unimaginable happen. Holding hands, heads resting on shoulders, legs entwined, we needed to know we weren’t alone. I kept saying we […]
Graphic by Jessica Ragsdale Chances are that you could quickly categorize each news network by political affiliation. Media bias has become a frequent topic during the 2016 election cycle, but media bias did not suddenly appear during the 2016 election. American news, broadcast, print and digital have been slowly separating into increasingly partisan views for […]
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