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The NY Primary’s Lasting Impact on Local and National Politics

The NY Primary’s Lasting Impact on Local and National Politics

Victor Diaz, Political Writer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Elections, Op-ed, Opinion

The day has gone by so very quick, and not just because it was a school day, but of the significance of the day, Sept. 13. The day has, ironically, two meanings for me. It’s both my brother’s birthday and the day the Democratic Party took a tactical shift to the left. This day was one that will affect...

A Muslim Woman’s Thoughts After Trump’s Win

A Muslim Woman’s Thoughts After Trump’s Win

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor

November 22, 2016


Filed under Elections, Opinion

When I look back at Nov. 8, I still get chills. For those of you who are privileged enough to not be affected by this, I'm talking about Election Day. What an interesting day it was. It was filled with a rollercoaster of emotions, shock, and disbelief. I still feel as if we're all in some sort of...

How the Media Went From 0-100 on Election Night

How the Media Went From 0-100 on Election Night

Nihal Al Qawasmi and Joseph Tucci

November 22, 2016


Filed under Elections, Opinion

Nihal's narrative: When people used to ask me if I thought Donald Trump had a chance at winning the presidential election, my answer was always "no way." I am 100 percent certain that the media felt this way as well. It was shocking when Trump won the Republican nomination, but I just thought it ...

Barack Obama

Barack Obama

Christiana Lloyd, Health Editor

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

Barack Obama was born on August 4, 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii to his mother Ann Dunham and Barack Obama Sr. Obama’s parents divorced in 1965 when he was 2 and his father returned to his native home in Kenya. Obama’s mother remarried in that same year to Lolo Soetoro, and in 1966, the small family...

Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney

Christiana Lloyd, Health Editor

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

Willard “Mitt” Romney was born in Detroit, Michigan on March 14, 1947 to Lenore and former governor of Michigan George Romney. He was raised in Michigan along with his older siblings Lynn, Jane, and Scott. Mitt came from a very close knit Christian family and first left home in Michigan for Brigham...

Ayy Ladies!!: The Impact of the First lady

Ayy Ladies!!: The Impact of the First lady

Jonathan Alvarez, Featured Reporter

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

The role of the first lady is one that is often overlooked. Of course, the president garners the attention because, after all, it is the president. However, one does not simply just elect a president into White House without considering the whole package. This election term’s leading ladies are...

Joe Biden Versus Paul Ryan

Joe Biden Versus Paul Ryan

Jordan Beberman, Featured Reporter

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

When looking at the candidates and where they stand on each issue and how they are going to represent the United States many people forget to consider their vice presidential nomination. The vice president is just as important as the president because they would be the person who takes over if anything...

Swing States

Swing States

Andrew Acosta, Featured Reporter

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

With the Presidential election coming up in less than two weeks, both candidates are traveling the United States in attempt to persuade citizens to vote for them. Their focus is not  based on states that tend to vote in one direction or the other, but rather to sway the swing states to vote for them....

Fighting Against the One-Party System: Gary Johnson and the Libertarian Party

Arthur Augustyn, Feature Editor

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

Ron Paul recently said in an interview with CNBC that America doesn’t need a third party, it needs a second party. “There is essentially no difference from one administration to another no matter what the platforms are,” said Ron Paul on CNBC’s Futures Now segment. Ron Paul is a registered...

Alternatives in the Political: Third Parties or Not Voting at All

Kevin Bencosme, Featured Reporter

October 31, 2012


Filed under Elections

As campaigns get more negative, with ads running everyday about what the other candidate is doing wrong and why you shouldn’t vote for them, Americans are getting turned off to politics. Many Americans today are looking for an alternative to the usual Democrats vs. Republicans. There are many third...

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