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Biden Defeats Trump — So What’s Next For Democrats?

Ben Falcon November 12, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader On Saturday morning, America's never-ending election finally came to a close. Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. has pulled off the difficult task of unseating an incumbent president....

Carmen Mercado leaves Alamo Stadium after voting as poll worker Amy Riggle, class of ‘09, waits outside. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Students contend with uncertainty of election

Dana Nichols November 5, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle Days after election day, students of all political backgrounds are still anxiously waiting for updates on presidential election voting results. "I’d always imagined, four years...

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Hindsight doesn’t always have to be 2020

Ben Falcon October 27, 2020

illustration by Gabrielle RodriguezTuesday, Nov. 3 will be a historic day in more ways than one. In seven days, we elect 35 United States senators, 435 members of Congress, 13 state governors and one leader...

Putting the Barrett Nomination in Perspective

David Crockett October 1, 2020

The nomination of circuit court of appeals judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court has brought us once again to the silly season in American politics. To be fair, we have been in a silly season for...

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The Ghosts of GOP Future

Ben Falcon September 10, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader I’m sure you’ve heard that this is the "most important election of our lifetime." It’s an old cliché often thrown around by politicians and activists on both sides....

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Guest column: Danny Anderson Response to The Trinity Way

Danny Anderson September 10, 2020

illustration by Gracen Hoyle Early summer seems a distant memory, clouded by anxieties produced by the arrival of COVID-19 to our community. Almost immediately, another diseased system demanded our...

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Bye, bye, Bernie. It’s Biden’s time

Ben Falcon April 22, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWe are all ridin’ with Biden now. Last week, former Vice President Joe Biden took up the mantle of leadership for the Democratic Party after Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders...

Former president Calgaard leaves large legacy behind him

Former president Calgaard leaves large legacy behind him

Kathleen Creedon April 17, 2020

On April 10, 2020, president emeritus Ronald K. Calgaard died following a brief illness. He was 82 years old. In an attempt to display his legacy, we dug through the Campus Publications archives. In...

Andrew Yang's Faux Progressivism

Andrew Yang’s Faux Progressivism

Victoria Henretty February 6, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutDemocratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is touted by his supporters to be the candidate that can achieve the "progressive" goals he’s established thus far. We should...

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The reality behind Andrew Yang’s plan

Andrew Barber September 18, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutAndrew Yang has generated a lot of buzz when it comes to his controversial policy known as “The Freedom Dividend.” Yang is a democratic candidate running for the...

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Conservatism deserves better

Ben Falcon September 18, 2019

Illustration by Ren RaderIf you watched last week's Democratic presidential debate, you might think that the presidency is a highly sought after position. Which is true, in the case of Democrats, but far...

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How many Democratic candidates does it take to be president? Not 20.

Ben Falcon September 5, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutIn light of the recent stampede of Democratic presidential candidates dropping out of the race, one would hope that the field has finally been whittled down to the crème...

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