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The future of American politics

The future of American politics

Anna Kate Munsey January 31, 2021
Donald Trump lost reelection and Joe Biden won the presidency. Democrats lost 12 seats but maintained control of the U.S. House, and with wins in both Georgia runoff races, they have just barely gained control of the U.S. Senate. The U.S. Supreme Court, as of the nomination of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, holds a 6-3 conservative majority. What does all of this mean? And, how did we get here?

Fashion and politics

Cassie Hollasch October 31, 2020
If you are a fashion enthusiast, chances are you have somehow shown at least some interest in politics. Although most people think that the two fields are unrelated, it is closer than one might think. From Lady Gaga’s infamous meat dress at the 2010 Video Music Awards (VMA) to Billy Porter’s tuxedo gown at the 2019 Oscars, people have been using fashion to express their views and beliefs regarding major issues in the world of politics.

OPINION: Last week in politics: COVID-19, SCOTUS, and the presidential debate

Hannah Donahue October 8, 2020
These past couple weeks in politics have been chaotic. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away after succumbing to pancreatic cancer, the first Presidential debate was a slew of hurling insults and talking over each other, and multiple people within President Donald Trump’s circle tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Benjamin’s Bench: Let’s talk about Iowa

Hannah Donahue February 6, 2020

As I write this analysis of the 2020 Iowa Caucus – the first major contest of what is to be a fiery 2020 primary – I, like most Americans, depend on the Hawkeye State for an essential first impression,...

Former Gov. Lynch bets on Biden as Primary draws near

Hannah Donahue January 30, 2020
For Joe Biden, only 12 days remain until he must fight to confirm his much-touted primary frontrunner status – and momentum – in the well-worn battleground state of New Hampshire.

Political podcasts for the New Hampshire primary

Hannah Donahue January 30, 2020
Do you feel like January flew by? It feels like just yesterday we were bringing in the New Year, but in reality, the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire Primary is quickly approaching—now less than two weeks away!

The States of America: An inquiry into society

Bret Belden October 2, 2019
Aidan McGrath-Conwell gives his take on the recent speech given by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg at the United Nations General Assembly
Elizabeth Warren Rally in Durham

Elizabeth Warren Rally in Durham

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019
Elizabeth Warren stops by the Waysmeet Center in Durham along her campaign trail

Liberals must stop the progressive left

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019
Opinion: the far-left is hijacking the Democratic Party
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UNH Alumna Shares Journalism Career

April 4, 2019
UNH Alumna Ella Nilsen discusses her journey to becoming a writer for Vox
Rep. Gabbard stresses foreign policy at presidential rally

Rep. Gabbard stresses foreign policy at presidential rally

March 28, 2019
Presidential candidate and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) stressed her commitment to reforming foreign policy during a rally at Durham's Freedom Café on March 23.
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Advocating for climate change reform at the midterm elections

Ian Lenahan November 8, 2018
UNH's English 721 course reports on the issue of climate change at the November 2018 midterm elections.
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