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Presidential primary campaign has been a never-ending circus

Presidential primary campaign has been a never-ending circus

Patrick Kemfer, Opinion Editor

April 6, 2016

At this point, you have undoubtedly seen the results of the Wisconsin primary election from April 5, and there may still be a slow “Bern” glowing in your heart strings, but from where I sit now, in your recent past, the day has yet come, and the air is certainly filled with both anxiety and hope...

Students must get active to make their voice heard

Joelle De La Pena, Staff Writer

October 30, 2012

Voters are almost ready to go through the motions of cast their ballots. There are just a few more days of dealing with the barrage of campaign ads and emails that we can’t wait to delete. Minus these annoying campaign ads and emails, I find much excitement in these upcoming elections because it...

Campaign trail: Where Obama stands on selected issues

Jacob Ennis, Managing Editor

October 30, 2012

Where President Obama stands on selected issues from the campaign. CHINA President Obama has drawn criticism from the Romney campaign for not being tough enough on China. The Obama Administration has actually made diplomatic moves such as securing passage for Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng ...

Campaign trail: Where Romney stands on selected issues

Jacob Ennis, Managing Editor

October 30, 2012

A look at where presidential candidate Mitt Romney stands on issues dealing with China, energy, health care and education. CHINA Romney agrees with a stronger military presence in the Asia-Pacific, but is calling for an even stronger position than the Obama Administration. In the second Presi...

Racism unveiled on the campaign trail

Robert White, Staff Writer

October 30, 2012

Just when you think that we the people have evolved culturally and morally, and have come to embrace a multi-racial nation built on open-mindedness and peace, an insidious trait still presents itself in 2012’s American society. The ugly devil, racism, rears its head and taps you on the back. You need...

How a primary election, caucus work

Kait Vosswinkel, News Editor

March 27, 2012

  How a primary election, caucus work   Lines of people slowly shuffle forward, ready to cast their ballot in a brightly lit room with linoleum floors. Whether it’s a school, community center or church, the scene is familiar and meaningful to most Americans. If you’re new to...

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