The 42nd President and founder of the Clinton Foundation spoke on interdependence and cooperation, as well as issues in the global community.
After months of doomsday predictions regarding the imminent enactment of across-the-board spending cuts, the sequester is finally set to go into effect this Friday. The emergency cuts, which were part of a deal struck between Congress and President Barack Obama in 2011 to extend the United States’ borrowing authority and cut the budget deficit, will […]
The president owes Latinos action for their overwhelming support in the election.
Elena Kadvany | Point: Partisanship cannot continue as is My initial reaction to the news that President Barack Obama was re-elected was relief, not excitement. I was relieved that the leader I believe in gets another four years to prove himself to those who don’t believe in him the way I do, and to continue […]
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has gotten a lot of flak for his antiquated views on some social issues that, though not the focal points of this election, mean everything to some voters. Despite a conservative fiscal policy and a focus on strong national defense that many young Republicans support, Romney’s anti-gay marriage stance eliminates […]
Though Monday’s debate was the last of the election, it still left many topics undiscussed.
Check out what students and others had to say about the third and final presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on Monday night. Link
Former Sen. Evan Bayh spoke to students Friday about his experience in politics.
The presidential nominees tried to reach out to young voters on the issue of financial aid, but some students remain unimpressed.
Campaigns have always been dirty — this one is no exception. The process will reveal who is best suited to handle a tough presidency.