The Hillary Clinton and Jill Stein camps have recently announced that they will take part in the Wisconsin voter recount. Many people are criticizing their call to do so, saying that it’s costing time and money. Shouldn’t the election results just be accepted? On Nov. 24, Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, tweeted […]

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If you needed a dose of Election Day truth displayed as comic relief, you have come to the right place. Here are 10 tweets to commemorate the end of this chaotic and epic election cycle: 1. The sad reality 9 days until the apocalypse aka the election aka can’t even say “thank god it’s over” […]

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Nov. 8 will go down as one of the most intense election days in our nation’s history. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and all of their antics have led to this very moment. All of us have been waiting (or begging) for this ridiculous, slightly embarrassing and ugly election to […]

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This year’s presidential race falls somewhere between “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “60 Minutes:” a reality show with a sense of scrutiny, authority and importance. Perhaps it is simply because I am older and more cognitively aware, but it seems like this year, American citizens are more vocal than ever about their extreme likes […]

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1. Harley Quinn One of the hottest movies of 2016 is none other than “Suicide Squad.” This movie had many fantastic features, but Margot Robbie’s role as Harley Quinn was definitely one of the highlights. Her lines in the film were delivered charmingly and eloquently, and her action scenes were groundbreaking. So naturally, who wouldn’t […]

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It’s old news now, but an old recording of the good old Trumpster from 2005 came up last week, featuring some not-so-choice words on how to properly take advantage of celebrity status. It’s obviously an awful thing for anyone to say, let alone a celebrity, let alone a potential national leader. But the aftermath that […]

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After recently phone-banking for a campaign, I’ve compiled a few tips that might help voters as state primaries roll around and the impending presidential election looms. 1. Read the literature you’re given. Are you a knowledgeable voter? Don’t count those silly ads you see from time to time on Food Network between a screaming Guy […]

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By Saba Hamedy, Staff Writer @saba_h On Election Day in the year 2000, my fourth grade teacher gave my class copies of a blank United States map. Our homework was to color in each state blue or red, based off the Electoral College tally as it was projected. Naturally, my 10-year-old self didn’t quite understand […]

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