WSU nombrado campus amistoso para votantes

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Traducido por Matías Pedreira La Universidad Weber State ha sido designada como un “Campus amigable para los votantes”, un título ofrecido por un programa iniciado a través de la asociación […]

There’s no “I” in change: collective problems need collective action

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Leah Murray, a professor of political science and the academic director for Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service, led a conversation on collective action problems, climate change […]

More than just a day off

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Presidents Day, which celebrates George Washington and other presidents’ birthdays, guarantees students at schools across the state of Utah a day off, but the holiday first began to honor the […]

Civic charity: the cure for political tribalism

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In his presentation “Civic Charity and The Constitution,” Federal Judge Thomas Griffith shared his own experiences and the experiences of the attendees of the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia as examples […]

Two weeks and they were still counting

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As of the evening of Nov. 19, the midterm results were still not final, and wouldn’t be until the next day. “The midterm election is two weeks out and all […]