Discussions with David Brooks

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In a small group meeting, students asked New York Times columnist David Brooks his thoughts on closing the political divide in America today. Brooks has visited 33 states over the […]

Civic charity: the cure for political tribalism

Campus Events, Politics

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 […]

This week in politics

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Midterms are over. The last results in races too close to call on Nov. 6 came in on Nov. 9. On the national stage, Republicans flipped seats over weak Democratic […]

Do you know your news?

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1. Midterm elections concluded Nov. 6, with some races still tallying ballots and too close to call. However, the results nationally were largely set by the morning of Nov. 7. […]