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Consider the third parties in politics

Jordan Boyer, Photo Editor

March 28, 2019

In a country ran by a traditional two-party system, the other political parties can be overlooked due to the dominance of the Democratic and Republican parties. It is commonplace for people to be affiliated with these parties because these are the well-established dominant parties Americans have followe...

How to win the 2020 election

Dillan Schorfheide, Assistant Sports Editor

March 24, 2019

Trump 2020 is something he and his followers have already spoken about and anticipated, and honestly, his chances of taking the Republican ticket again are probably decent. But, as has been the case for the last year (especially it seems), Democrats are doing everything in their power to not only les...

Students react to the election

Chrissy Miller, Campus Reporter

November 7, 2016

  As the election season is rushing towards an end, first-time voters express their thoughts on the race to presidency. Ben Hahn, a freshman undeclared major, said he feels that none of the candidates appropriately represent his community or anything he supports. “It seems like most of...

Presidential debate covers policy, personal attacks

Audience members laugh at Donald Trump’s rebutal to a question reguarding his tax information during the Presidential Debate Monday in Lumpkin Auditorium. Addison Bounds (grey Adidas shirt), a senior marketing major, said he thought this part of the debate was especially laughable because Trump’s response was “just very off topic.”

Samuel Nusbaum, Administration Reporter

September 27, 2016

  The first presidential debate was full of policy and personal attacks, as well as plans for the future. Students gathered Monday night in the Roberson Auditorium in Lumpkin Hall to watch the two presidential candidates discuss topics including the economy, national security and race relations...

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