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 care about, regardless of theContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Single-Issue Voting”

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 really giving your vote toContinue reading “The Argument for Voting Your Conscience”

It’s not goodbye, it’s see you later

By: Associate Editor Ana Delgado Not only is this the last set of blogs from the 2015-16 school year, it’s my last post from Berlin! Currently, I’m surrounded by open suitcases, a messy room, and the people I’ve spent the last four months with. Leaving is completely bittersweet. I have made this huge, intimidating, andContinue reading “It’s not goodbye, it’s see you later”

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 politicians… but she was alsoContinue reading “Nancy Reagan Passes Away at Age 94”

5 Reasons to Hate Dook (As If We Needed Them)

Last night’s game probably left us all with heartbreaks stronger than those we felt the first time our crush stopped liking us. Here, in Berlin, the game came on at 3 AM and we (the UNC crew abroad!) watched and cheered along a laptop computer- despite having midterms at 9 in the morning. We leftContinue reading “5 Reasons to Hate Dook (As If We Needed Them)”