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Yard signs: A throwback in the digital age

Yard signs: A throwback in the digital age

By Grace Amiss
Published Oct 10, 2018
Social media sites have seemingly been littered with partisan posts from friends and family as they advocate for candidates, but some people still rely on yard signs to do the job. 
FILE - In this Aug. 26, 2019 file photo, Taylor Swift arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in Newark, N.J. Richard Joseph McEwan, of Milford, N.J., was arrested on Friday, Aug. 30, and charged with breaking into Swifts Westerly, R.I., oceanfront house. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

What We’re Reading: Pop-stars and politics

By Grace Amiss
Published Oct 9, 2018
Today we're reading about Stormy Daniel's tell-all book on Trump, Taylor Swift's political views and how a terrible disease is affecting citizens of Minnesota.
A photograph from North Korea’s state news agency showing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, center left, next to the North’s leader, Kim Jong-un, during a luncheon at a state guesthouse in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Sunday.CreditCreditKorean Central News Agency, via Associated Press

What we’re reading: U.S. gets closer to North Korean denuclearization tensions with China grow

By Richard Edgemon
Published Oct 8, 2018
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Kim Jong-un and with the Chinese Foreign Minister. Also the United Nations has a speed up predictions on climate change in new report.
A Vote Here sign marks the entrance on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, to an early voting station in downtown Minneapolis for Fridays opening of early voting in Minnesota. Minnesota and South Dakota are tied for the earliest start in the country for early voting in the 2018 midterm elections. (AP Photo/Steve Karnowski)

Registered voters can soon cast their ballots

By Corinne Hildebrandt
Published Oct 6, 2018
Voters looking to get a head start on the election can vote early starting Oct. 22.
The BLUU may no longer be able to host an early-voting site due to a new state law. (Photo courtesy: Brandon Kitchin)

The race for the U.S. Senate has voters on close watch

By Corinne Hildebrandt
Published Oct 5, 2018
With 35 seats up for re-election, the race for the U.S. Senate has voters paying close attention to this year's midterm elections.
What were reading: Kavanaugh, Kavanuagh, and more Kavanaugh

What we’re reading: Kavanaugh, Kavanuagh, and more Kavanaugh

By Mariana Rivas
Published Oct 5, 2018

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from the “New York Times” to the “Wall Street Journal.” We’re trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace of politics and policy. Today we’ve...

Computer mouse pads with Secure the Vote logo on them are seen on a vendors table at a convention of state secretaries of state Saturday, July 14, 2018, in Philadelphia. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen spoke at the convention, an event thats usually a low-key affair highlighting voter registration, balloting devices and election security issues that dont get much public attention. But coming amid fresh allegations into Russias attempts to sway the 2016 election, the sessions on election security have a higher level of urgency and interest. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Tuesday is the last day to register to vote

By Brittany Kasko
Published Oct 4, 2018
The window to register for the 2018 midterm election is getting smaller. Learn what you need to do for your vote to count.
Photo courtesy of Martha Stewart/The Harvard Crimson

What we’re reading: FBI reviews and legislation

By Alexa Hines
Published Oct 4, 2018
The Senate is looking over the FBI's review of Kavanaugh, Bernie Sanders has some new legislation and a judge blocked the Trump administration from deporting immigrants.
What were reading: Kavanaugh and Trump, per usual

What we’re reading: Kavanaugh and Trump, per usual

By Brittany Kasko
Published Oct 3, 2018
The Kavanaugh investigation should be ending today, Trump could be hiding money and the UN expects the Iranian Sanctions to be lifted.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. Win McNamee/Pool Photo via AP.

What we’re reading: Further investigations on Kavanaugh

By Carolina Olivares
Published Oct 2, 2018
While Former President Barack Obama is trying to make strides for Democratic candidates, and President Trump is well...never at a loss for words.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, talks to reporters as he emerges from a meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., after the Republican leaders agreed to delay a final vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to allow time for an investigation by the FBI of the sexual misconduct allegations against him, at the Capitol in Washington, Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

What we’re reading: A decision was made…kind of

By Katie Carter
Published Sep 28, 2018

We’re back and we’re reading – everything from the “New York Times” to the “Wall Street Journal.” We’re trying to help you keep up with the rapid pace of politics and policy. Today we’ve...

Laptop computer with Facebook logo on screen

Digital Warfare: Russia’s Attacks on Democracy

By Capstone Course
Published Sep 28, 2018
Russia uses digital media as a weapon to attack Western democracy and influence public perception globally.