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Moving forward with America’s choice

Travis Newton, Contributing Writer

November 10, 2016

The American people have spoken—the winner of this year’s presidential race is Donald J. Trump. The 2016 presidential race has proven to be one of the most controversial runnings ever. It has been 596 days since the race fo...

Jonah Raether, ’18, reacts to President-Elect Donald Trump's lead prior to the final outcome of the election in the Grounds for Change coffee shop early in the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016.

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November 9, 2016

Editorial: The duty to vote

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

November 8, 2016

The Founding Fathers had a revolutionary idea in 1789. Every four years, American citizens would have the opportunity to peacefully overthrow their government. Nearly 8,000 men died in the revolution to secure that right. It took a blood...

First debate suggests candidates are entertainers, not leaders

James Sirio, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2016

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, on one stage. What a way to spend a Monday night. Trump, wearing more makeup than his female counterpart, standing in the left corner. Clinton, or Clifford the Big Red Dog, in the right corner. Wher...

Trump, making race wars great again?

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

September 1, 2016

Many of Donald Trump’s critics have called his immigration ideas racist, fascist, even anti-American. Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld, in an interview with the New York Times, compared Trump’s plan to remove undocu...

Taisha Thomas, ’13, celebrates as President Barack Obama wins a second term. Students gathered in the Campus Center for an Election Day party put on by the Center for Political Participation. CAITIE MCMEKIN/THE CAMPUS

Allegheny voters speak

November 9, 2012

ID law confuses voters

November 9, 2012

Political Herd: Republican Columnist

November 4, 2010

The message came in loud and clear to both sides of the aisle. Winners from both parties were anti-Washington and anti-incumbency, candidates who proved that they too yearn for something different (notice I didn’t say change)...

Voters should think before singing Pledge

October 7, 2010

The Republican’s recently–published “Pledge to America” is little more than vapid rhetoric.  It doesn’t provide viable solutions to America’s problems. It is great marketing; great marketing, though, doesn’t necessarily...

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