My generation has become all too impervious to snide comments about how we’re too young to be cynical. But Mr. Trump, tell me how we’re not supposed to be cynical when the candidate who did not even secure the popular vote could win the election? Even more incredulous, just when we thought we could move […]

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Fall is beginning to creep up on us. The weather is getting cooler by the minute, and each day is getting shorter than the last. College students all across the country are beginning to transition from procrastinating by going out to procrastinating by staying in. During this transition from September to October, the norm is […]

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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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Over the last couple months, a group of CNN reporters took it upon themselves to find an answer to the question we have all been asking: why in the world are people still supporting Donald Trump? From Iowa to South Carolina, these reporters interviewed more than 150 people in 30 different cities, and the results are […]

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Among America’s younger generations, especially the neophyte voters, being affiliated with the Republican Party seems to be rare. This may be for a couple of reasons, which all go back to a core problem that the Grand Old Party is attempting to tackle in 2016. Young GOP affiliates may be quiet supporters and don’t necessarily […]

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