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The 411 on President-Elect Joe Biden

The 411 on President-Elect Joe Biden
November 30, 2020

After months of campaigning, rallies, debates, and an intense election night, the Associated Press called the presidential race and announced former VP Joe Biden and U.S. senator Kamala Harris as president-elect...

Leading With Pride

Leading With Pride
November 19, 2020

During the 2020 election year, many offices were up for election including state legislators, senators, and most notably the president. Through the state government races, the LGBTQ+ community celebrated...

It’s a Political Party!

It's a Political Party!
October 27, 2020

With election day fast approaching, candidates from both parties have stepped up their advertising campaigns to reach the widest possible audience. Despite this year's presidential election having a more...

Sign of the Times

Sign of the Times
October 26, 2020

Political polarization is peaking online and in communities across the United States, with just weeks to go before the 2020 General Election. The division is clear on social media, and recently, from increased...

The 411 on Voting

The 411 on Voting
October 25, 2020

With this election year taking place during a global pandemic, casting your ballot is bound to be a bit different. Here’s your 411 on voting in the 2020 election.   Absentee Ballots An...

Fate of the Debate

Fate of the Debate
September 30, 2020

In a predictably chaotic clash between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden last night, even the most apolitical of people either tuned in or have heard about it from a friend. But looking...

Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
September 30, 2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) died at 87 on September 18, 2020. Most well-known as a pioneering advocate for women’s rights, Ginsburg earned the title of Supreme Court Justice, making...

The Crisis in Venezuela

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February 6, 2019

The crisis in Venezuela continues to escalate to deadlier levels as the US backs Juan Guaidó as the president of the split country. Nicolás Maduro became the president of Venezuela in 2013 after past...

The Imperative Narrative

The Imperative Narrative
February 6, 2019

  Viral footage of white Catholic students clashing with a Native American man after the video swept across the internet over the weekend. Initially, what happened appeared clear-cut: Young boys,...

One Problem, No Solution

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January 28, 2019

The U.S. Government shut down from December 22 to January 25, the third time it has happened in Donald Trump’s tenure as President. President Trump wants $5 billion to fund his border wall, while Democrats...

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