When Max Blum, a senior majoring in cinema and television production, cast his first presidential ballot in 2008, enthusiasm was high among his friends. “I felt really proud,” Blum said. “It was a great chance to cast my vote in something that was so monumental in American history.” Galvanized by the ideas of “hope” and “change,” […]
With the election fast approaching, students are preparing to cast their votes. The Daily Trojan spoke to a number of students to see what issues in the election are the most important to them when they cast their ballots.
Supplement Four years later, youth enthusiasm for Obama is down Young voters look to buck trend Endorsement: Yes on Prop 30 District attorney’s runoff offers two schools of thought What Trojan political groups say News Students gather for RNC speech Experts talk about state of election Students watch Obama accept nomination Students react to […]
5:51 The Daily Trojan’s Editorial Director, Elena Kadvany, and opinion columnist Sarah Cueva will be live blogging the third presidential debate from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Elena will take a more liberal perspective, and Sarah a conservative one. Check the DT website and Twitter (@dailytrojan) for live updates! 6:08 SC: Moderator Bob Schaiffer starts off […]
Third Presidential Debate
Tonight, President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney met for their second presidential debate, and the Daily Trojan live blogged it. Here is the transcript. 5:59 Editorial director Elena Kadvany and opinion columnist Sarah Cueva will be live blogging the second presidential debate, Elena from a liberal perspective and Sarah from a conservative one. […]