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In honor of Women’s History Month, North Campus will host an interdisciplinary conference spotlighting the Nineteenth Amendment.

History Matters Celebrates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

Adrianne Villanueva, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Central Campus Provost Van Wigginton pointed out similarities between the Nixon Administration and the current White House in a presentation given at the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Honors Consortium Conference on Nov. 3.

Provost’s Conference Speech Highlights Relevance of Nixon Impeachment

KC Cruz, Contributing Writer
November 10, 2017
Club members (from left) Joseph Brotzman, Andy Cordova, Jeremy Davis, Raphael Rojas, Zach Sang, and Kevin Gutierrez enjoy last year’s Thanksgiving celebration. The group meets every Wednesday on the South Campus.

Philosophy Club Hopes to Grow with Future Events

Daniel Davis, Contributing Writer
October 12, 2017
The Progressive Thinkers Society meets weekly to discuss current affairs and prominent sociopolitical issues.

Progressives Form New Student Club

Joshua Foyil, Contributing Writer
March 30, 2017
Art Appreciation student Ayrial Perry expresses her view of the 2016 presidential candidates. Politics of America will be on display until Nov. 8 in the art gallery on the Central Campus.

Exhibition Spotlights Political Polarization

Faithful Boggs, Contributing Writer
November 3, 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally for women at the Hilton Hotel in Manhattan on April 18. Although leading in votes and delegates, she trails behind rival Bernie Sanders when it comes to support from millennial women.

Millennial Viewpoint: Clinton Winning Big But Not With Younger Females

Holly Galvan, Editor-in-chief
April 28, 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders acknowledges his supporters during a campaign event in Miami at the James L. Knight Center on Tuesday, March 8, 2016.

Millennial Viewpoint: Why the Young Vote Feels the Bern

Holly Galvan, Editor-in-chief
March 11, 2016
As debt tops $1 trillion, only two presidential candidates from a crowded campaign field have proposed loan reform plans.

Preston’s Perspective: More Candidates Should Address Student Debt Crisis

Aaron Preston, Co-Editor-in-chief
November 6, 2015
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