The Charger Bulletin

Letter to the Editor: Waste management

November 23, 2020

Dear Editor, According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. produces nearly 275 million tons of waste every year and only 1/5 of it is properly recycled. Most of this waste ends up in landfills,...

From resident to commuter

From resident to commuter
November 16, 2020

With my senior year of college on the horizon, my friends and I decided we wanted to live off-campus. However, when things didn't pan out with the COVID-19 pandemic, I found myself having to commute from...

Are NFL players getting out of control?

November 16, 2020

Every Sunday from the first week of September to the first of February, many Americans turn on their televisions to watch one of the most popular sports leagues in the country, the National Football League...

Derrick Henry: The next possible NFL MVP

November 16, 2020

Second-round pick and Tennessee Titans running back, Derrick Henry has been having an immaculate season so far in 2020. Henry made a lot of noise last season when he led the Titans to the playoffs and...

You’re an idiot. You’re a fascist. This election has tested us.

You’re an idiot. You’re a fascist. This election has tested us.
November 2, 2020

I grew up in a mixed household. My parents were rock-ribbed Republicans. My mother will go to her grave believing Nixon was framed. My grandparents were yellow-dog Democrats. Fellow Missourian Harry...

Five great political movies for voters to watch

Five great political movies for voters to watch
November 2, 2020

Politics in film often highlights a monumental moment in history or focuses on one of the many intricate processes involved in government, and makes for an engaging, yet informational, plot. Here are five...

Five political TV shows to watch this election

Cast of
November 2, 2020

With the presidential election right around the corner, Americans are anxious to find out who will win. Television can be a good distraction from real-world events, especially with the potential of delayed...

Saturday Night Live’s most notable political impersonations

Maya Rudolph and Beck Bennett
November 2, 2020

The NBC late-night sketch comedy show, “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) is notorious for its satirical take on current politics. The show was closely followed during the 2016 presidential election as there...

Can science and the U.S. government coexist?

Can science and the U.S. government coexist?
November 2, 2020

Last week, President Donald J. Trump, referred to his top epidemiologist, Anthony Fauci, and other leading scientists as “idiots.” As unbelievable as it may seem in 2020, the U.S. government and science...

Choose the lesser of two evils — But don’t stop there

November 2, 2020

This upcoming election has been hanging over the heads of all Americans like a big, gloomy, blue and red cloud. I’ve seen countless Facebook posts, articles and Twitter threads all pondering how we are...

Civil discourse in a divided nation

Civil discourse in a divided nation
November 2, 2020

As the presidential election approaches, concurrent with the holiday season, political conversations are abundant. From the classroom to the Thanksgiving table, individuals are discussing their political...

How Millennials and Gen Z are impacting the election

How Millennials and Gen Z are impacting the election
November 2, 2020

Experts have been debating how the results of the 2020 presidential election will change education, but America’s students may be the ones changing the election. Matthew Schmidt, national security...

It’s time to pack the court

November 2, 2020

In 2016, with nearly eight months until the election and 10 months until the end of President Barack Obama’s term, Senate Republicans refused to hold hearings on Merrick Garland, the president’s Supreme...

Joe Biden’s support for the LGBTQ+ community

Joe Biden’s support for the LGBTQ+ community
November 2, 2020

Democratic candidate Joe Biden has shown support for the LGBTQ+ community throughout his campaign and intends to continue throughout his presidency. Biden worked to repeal the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t...

One decision, millions of voices

One decision, millions of voices
November 2, 2020

“Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not do so; but that he is executing...

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