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C-ing Clearly: Make voting easier

C-ing Clearly: Make voting easier

Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Since registering to vote in June, I have been eager to join the U.S. democratic process, however, my enthusiasm decreased in September when I realized the voting experience I imagined of going to my local polling place and voting in person was unlikely, and that I would probably end up voting through ...

Vote smart, not partisan

Vote smart, not partisan

Josephine Rozzelle, Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As Democrats are gearing up to reclaim control of Congress and Republicans are looking keep their majority through the 2018 midterm elections, partisanship may lead to uninformed decisions in the voting booth. Every midterm election cycle, one party or the other uses the phrase “take back” as...

Pink wave engulfs elections

Pink wave engulfs elections

Josephine Rozzelle, Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2018


Filed under Features

Whether seen through swarms of pink knit-hats, social media posts tagged with #MeToo or the changing demographics of the United States government, 2018 is being called the “Year of the Woman.” This election season is breaking records with 53 women who have filed to run for Senate — 13 more than...

Unexpected gift delights

Unexpected gift delights

Jordan Russell, Senior Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under News

When President Ann Marie Krejcarek found a package waiting for her one day in the middle of June, she was surprised to find that the person who sent it was House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, whose four daughters all graduated from Convent. “It was a little bit out of the blue,” Krejcarek said....

Parties divided will never be united

Parties divided will never be united

Claire Kosewic, Web Editor

February 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Blue donkeys and red elephants are not just symbols for U.S. political parties — they stand for the division of brothers and sisters, parents and children, and even best friends in a San Francisco all-girls high school. The 2016 presidential election was perhaps one of the most heated, divisive ...

Hoping for change in wake of Boston bombings

Hoping for change in wake of Boston bombings

April 19, 2013


Filed under Breaking News, News, Opinion, Showcase

Claire Fahy Editor-in-chief BOSTON — It all plays out on CNN like an extremely well-written episode of “Criminal Minds.” As I sit here in Boston Logan Airport — returning home from an aborted college visit — I’m in the thick of the drama stemming from the Boston Marathon bombings, in which...

Political unification symbolic to country

February 17, 2011


Filed under Opinion

Staff Editorial As President Barack Obama made his State of the Union Address in the House Chamber on Jan. 25, members of Congress came together in a picture of solidarity as Democrats clapped along side Republicans, ending the custom of divided seating. “Beyond custom, there is no rule or reaso...

Congress needs to compromise

February 6, 2009


Filed under Opinion

staff editorial The passing of the stimulus bill by the House of Representatives last week without a single Republican vote and without the Democrats negotiating the bill with the Republicans, reveals that bipartisanship may be only a fairytale for the Obama administration without the importance of...

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