Calling All Campus Coddlers

By Associate Editor Ana Delgado In August I received the syllabus for our class: two papers, a midterm, a final, and some pop quizzes. The class is on how politics affect public policy, so our first paper was due pre-election and the second due after. The first was to be…

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Let’s Talk About Single-Issue Voting

The 2016 Presidential Election seems to be a breeding ground for single-issue voters. The two candidates vying for the Presidency are disliked by many within their own parties, never mind the American public, at large. Many people have chosen to pick candidates based on the one issue that they most…

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The Argument for Voting Your Conscience

By Associate Editor Ana Delgado If you’ve considered voting for a third party candidate during this divisive election cycle, you’re not alone. Those who voice their desire to vote third party are usually met with an eyeroll and a “then you’re just wasting your vote” or a “well then you’re…

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Nancy Reagan Passes Away at Age 94

By: Associate Editor Ana Delgado Former first lady Nancy Reagan has passed, according to a close family member. As we know, Nancy was married to Ronald Reagan and together, they were an incredible political duo that served their nation wholeheartedly. Yes, Mrs. Reagan was¬†married to one of the best modern…

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