What the Election Results Mean for America

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Katrina Keegan, Editor in Chief
December 9, 2014

This year’s midterm elections changed much of our country from blue to red. In a predictable pendulum swing to the right after six years of having a Democratic president in office, control of the National Senate was seized handily by Republicans with a gain of eight seats and no losses, meaning that... Read more »

Presidential Debates

Hannah Meshulam
October 31, 2012

Presidential debates have changed a lot over time. In the past, facts ruled: whoever could prove through logic why the other candidate was a bad choice prevailed in the overall debate. However, now, it seems like being right has very little to do with succeeding in a debate. In this yearís presidential... Read more »

The Selection Committee: One Big Popularity Contest?

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Ben Halvorsen, Writer
April 11, 2012

The selection committee election process started two years ago. I’m sure most upperclassmen are unaware of it because so far it has only affected freshmen and sophomores. The committee is basically a group of student volunteers that meet to decide who becomes a part of SFDC or class co-presidency (in... Read more »