A Midterm of Firsts

On Nov. 6, citizens across the United States voted in a monumental midterm election, characterized by countless “firsts” with candidates across the electoral map making history. One such candidate is right here in Colorado; Jared […]

Can President Trump Determine Citizenship?

Birthright citizenship may be under attack. President Donald Trump has announced a potential executive order that would end “birthright” citizenship — the standing right to a U.S. citizenship that comes with being born in the […]

Blue Wave Sweeps Colorado

In a massive political shift, the Democratic Party took control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 midterm elections, thus ending the one-party rule in Washington. In this pivotal election, Colorado also shifted blue, […]

Voting is More Than Going to the Polls

In light of the decisive midterm elections on the horizon, Colorado College has taken steps to ensure that the student body is educated to the fullest extent. On Oct. 29, CC invited three professors from […]

One Million Votes, One Voice

About two years ago, I was out to breakfast with my grandparents and my brother when the conversation turned political. At the time, I didn’t know much about politics, and I knew even less about […]

Trumped-Up Trickle Down Hate Crimes

Last week, major politicians and liberal Democratic figures, all of them open critics of President Donald Trump or strong supporters of the Democratic Party, were mailed pipe bombs. A synagogue in Pittsburgh was viciously attacked […]

Bomb Scare for Democrats

After a week of mail bombs being sent to prominent Democrats and other critics of President Trump, the suspect has been caught. According to law enforcement officials, Cesar Sayoc Jr. of Aventura, Fla., was taken […]