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Illinois races to watch in next week’s election

Illinois races to watch in next week’s election

Brenden Moore

March 6, 2016

Illinois residents will go to the polls on March 15 to cast their ballots for president, senate, house and many more important positions. Read More »...

Politicians’ choice of music isn’t always approved by artists

Politicians’ choice of music isn’t always approved by artists

AJ Karolczak

March 6, 2016

At rallies, politicians use music to make a poignant statement about the way they see themselves and their ideals. On Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders left the stage of his early victory speech in Vermont to the sounds of David Bowie’s “Starman.” Read More »...

World considers a Trump presidency, and many shudder

World considers a Trump presidency, and many shudder

Associated Press and John-Thor Dahlburg

March 2, 2016

BRUSSELS (AP) — Following Donald Trump's breathtaking string of Super Tuesday victories, politicians, editorial writers and ordinary people worldwide were coming to grips Wednesday with the growing possibility the brash New York billionaire might become America's next president - a thought that aroused widespread befuddlement and a good deal of horror. Read More »...

DePaul Democrats torn between Bernie or Hillary

DePaul Democrats torn between Bernie or Hillary

Brenden Moore

February 28, 2016

Members of the DePaul College Democrats are either “Feeling the Bern” or proclaiming “I’m with her” as they decide whether to support Sen. Bernie Sanders (I - Vermont) or former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton as their party’s nominee for president. This choice, while clear for some, is proving to be one between the heart and the brain for many. Read More »...

Republican students fight for voice at DePaul

Republican students fight for voice at DePaul

Pat Mullane

February 28, 2016

To be conservative at DePaul is to be in the few. Read More »...

Sanders highlights educational affordability at Chicago State University rally

Sanders highlights educational affordability at Chicago State University rally

Maddy Crozier

February 26, 2016

Speaking to race and education disparities, Sen. Bernie Sanders, who seeks the Democratic Presidential nomination, spoke to several thousand people at a rally at Chicago State University (CSU) on Feb. 25. Read More »...

Simplify civic duties with automatic voter registration

Simplify civic duties with automatic voter registration

Danielle Harris

February 21, 2016

The very cornerstone of our democracy — high voter turnout — is necessary to ensure our elected officials are the right people to represent what’s best for their constituents.  But in modern American politics, everything is a partisan debate — even voter registration. Two states in particular have taken major steps towards increasing the number of voters, and others shou...

Martin O’Malley talks immigration at DePaul

Martin O’Malley talks immigration at DePaul

Mariah Woelfel

December 4, 2015

Former Maryland governor and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley talked about comprehensive immigration reform, including access to education and affordable healthcare for immigrants, on DePaul’s Loop campus Thursday afternoon. Read More »...

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