Art has always been an outlet for society to express themselves. Whether it be the oppressed or the oppressors, art is a vehicle that is used to affect change and affect perception of events. “The Gun Show” is a new work that points the barrel of criticism at gun rights in America and takes a […]
Most of us who spend at least a decent portion of the day browsing the internet on one of the billions of websites there are to choose from have all at one time or another come away felling the same sentiment. That the comments were most likely the best part of the experience. The reason […]
Presidential elections are just weeks away. What should we know about Proposition 108? Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz received great feedback for their moderation during the debate, but what happened between the candidates and audience? Vinny Thomas has the latest in politics.
Fernandez: The debate has barely ended and already the deluge of commentary is waist deep. Many outlets are calling the debate for Clinton. Interestingly, right-wing sources are split in their perspectives. Fox News writes about a fiery first debate without assigning a clear winner, while National Review said that Trump got his message out but […]
Supporters for Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein crammed into the second floor theatre of the Mercury Cafe to hear Stein speak on Aug. 28. Attendees packed into the designated fire lanes inside the cafe. Organizers tried in vain to move them out of those zones. It was standing room only. “This is what democracy […]
Forget zombies — election season will end us all. It’s a little sooner than the Mayans projected, but the apocalypse is looming. Ask either side of the political spectrum, and they will tell you that if the opposing candidate is elected, we might as well just kiss ourselves goodbye. It’s not just the donkeys and […]
I don’t know if many of you actually believe the presidential debates to be actual debates, but I hope that you don’t. The pre-determined policies that the candidates talk about, as well as the topics that are not to be brought up allow the debate to become exactly what it is: an act. On Oct. […]
On Oct. 3, a group of twelve gathered in North Classroom for the first presidential debate watch party, hosted by COPirg’s campus chapter. COPirg, a political activist group, plans to host more of these watch parties for the upcoming debates. Students from all three institutions are welcome to attend the events, which feature the debate […]