Clinton and Trump will debate three times

By: Regina Wright ~Campus News Editor~ With no lead in the polls and only 55 days left until Election Day, the upcoming presidential debates could have significant influence in swing states. The debates are to be determining factors for voters who are undecided or on the fence. Popular topics like foreign policy, immigration and healthcare are expected to be discussed by both the presidential candidates and the vice-presidential candidates. Each debate will be aired from 9 – 10:30 p.m. (E.T.) The first presidential debate will be held on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in New York. The debate will be … Continue reading Clinton and Trump will debate three times

Is there still a Trump factor?

By: Riley Head ~Copy Editor~ Recently, NBC hosted a Commander-in-Chief town hall forum between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during which host Matt Lauer, veterans and active duty military members asked the two candidates about their foreign policy plans. The first question asked of Clinton was in regards to her infamous email server. Lauer spent more than 10 of Clinton’s 30 minutes on her emails before moving on to press her about her vote for the Iraq War and her participation in the Iran Nuclear Deal, with the only questions about future policy coming from members of the audience. The … Continue reading Is there still a Trump factor?

Double standards: politicians and athletes

By: Josh Bozzick ~Guest Writer~ Ryan Lochte’s story about being robbed at gunpoint with three other U.S. swimmers at the Rio Olympics made worldwide news. An investigation ensued, and Rio de Janeiro police found evidence that showed Lochte as a liar. However, last week, USA Today looked into the matter and found that the Rio police exaggerated and fabricated details of the story. USA Today found no evidence the swimmers ever went near the bathroom they reportedly vandalized and no vandalizing seemed to occur in the bathroom at all, aside from Lochte removing a loosely attached advertising sign from a … Continue reading Double standards: politicians and athletes