Third parties and the “wasted” vote

American voters have a dilemma. In a democratic system, a candidate requires the support of many voters to win, making it practical to vote for more popular candidates an individual doesn't support.Tyler Brooks, clinical laboratory science freshman, said she is voting for Democrat Hillary Clinton … [Read more...]

Clinton, Trump effectively tied; students split

According to a poll released by ABC News and The Washington Post on Nov. 1 Donald Trump, Republican nominee for president, is now leading Hillary Clinton, Democratic nominee for president, with a 46-45 lead among likely voters. Even though Trump’s lead is within the 3 percent margin of error of the … [Read more...]

Students cram together for final debate

As the third and final debate raged on, students packed together in the Sunwatcher Clubhouse to see the two presidential candidates' performance. Students crowded around the television, taking all of the seats and forcing some students to stand.“It went better than the first debates went in my … [Read more...]

First 100 days – the measure of a president

I have come to a conclusion that the first 100 days are what dictates a president. If a president doesn't do anything really noteworthy and productive within those days, then they're a "bad president." And each of the current Republican candidates would bring their own views to the first 100 … [Read more...]