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It’s a Fact – Millennials Don’t Vote

It’s a Fact – Millennials Don’t Vote

Caitlyn Christou
November 7, 2016
Filed under Campus News and Events, Politics

Since the first presidential election, people have fought for their right to vote. Women and people of color did everything in their power to gain the ability to vote. In today’s society this privilege is not as popular among the younger generations. With the presidential election rapidly approaching,...

Trump and Clinton Enter the Final Stage

Trump and Clinton Enter the Final Stage

Glenn Rohrbacker
October 19, 2016
Filed under Campus News and Events, Global News, Politics, This Week's Top Stories, U.S. News

Wednesday night marked the final time Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would be on stage together, at least for the foreseeable future. Moderated by Fox News's Chris Wallace, this debate was the last time the candidates could make their case to the American people, and it was much more fast-paced and...

Clinton and Trump Go Round Two

Clinton and Trump Go Round Two

Samantha Reposa
October 13, 2016
Filed under Politics

Students and faculty packed the Alumni Lounge Sunday (October 9) to watch presidential candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald J. Trump faced off once again on stage for the second of three presidential debates, which was held at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. The debate took a...

Go Vote

Samantha Reposa
October 5, 2016
Filed under Politics

The country is in the dawn of one of the most historical elections to date. The Democratic nomination is being represented by Hillary Rodham Clinton, which is the first time a women will partake in either major party during the a presidential election, while the Republican nomination has been given to Do...

Romney Reveals Energy Policy, Doesn’t Mention Climate Change Once

Sara J Dufort
September 5, 2012
Filed under Global News, Politics

With the 2012 elections a little over two months away, the presidential candidates are putting their campaigns into over-drive. Republican hopeful Mitt Romney was no exception this week, as he unveiled his vision for his American energy policy during a campaign stop in Hobbs, N.M. This speech and policy paper released on Wednesda...

Gingrich: Still in, Says Romney Likely GOP Nominee

The Associated Press
April 11, 2012
Filed under Politics

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich once led his rivals for the nomination in polls. Today, he’s millions in debt and describing Mitt Romney as "far and away the most likely" GOP nominee. Running for president "turned out to be much harder than I thought it would be," he...

Girl Scouts in Politics?

Veronica Maciel
March 28, 2012
Filed under Global News, Politics

The Girl Scouts recently celebrated their centennial. The organization has been teaching the girls values and a love of nature for 100 years now, but not everyone seems to agree on what the organization is teaching the young girls. Last month, Indiana State Representative Bob Morris declined signing ...

Romney Pulls Ahead in Illinois, Santorum

The Associated Press
March 21, 2012
Filed under Politics

ROCKFORD, Ill.—Rick Santorum is doing a one-day campaign and media blitz Monday in Illinois, but he plans to high-tail it out of the state before Tuesday’s primary night, which could be a positive sign for chief rival Mitt Romney. The former Pennsylvania senator will appear on 15 radio and telev...

GOP Candidates Not a United Front

Ana Abraham
February 15, 2012
Filed under Politics

As the next Presidential Election draws closer, the GOP candidates seem to be fighting more amongst themselves than their opposition. Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are consistently openly attacking each other’s campaigns, and even candidates Rick Santorum and Ron Paul are expressing their discontent ...

Rep. Giffords to Resign from Congress This Week

The Associated Press
January 25, 2012
Filed under Politics

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona announced Sunday she intends to resign from Congress this week to concentrate on recovering from wounds suffered in an assassination attempt a little more than a year ago that shook the country. "I don't remember much from that horrible d...

Malloy Praises Chargers

Brandon T. Bisceglia
January 19, 2012
Filed under Charger Rec & Campus Sports, Politics, Sports, University of New Haven

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy praised the UNH Chargers’ performance in the fall 2011 football season on Jan. 11 in a radio interview. “I’m very proud of the University of New Haven football team this year. What a season they had,” Malloy said while speaking to WNPR News Director John Dankosky, who ...

Romney Picks Up Important Endorsements

Elizabeth Field
November 30, 2011
Filed under Politics

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has recently secured important endorsements that may popularize his campaign. The former Massachusetts governor has been suffering in the polls, consistently showing a second-place standing behind Michelle Bachmann, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, and most recent...

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