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Jolt student chapter in Austin, TX protesting. (Photo via mobilistationlab.org)

#JoltTheVote: A new group encourages political engagement

By Oscar Hernandez and Oscar Hernandez
Published Mar 19, 2019
Jolt, a Latino civic engagement program, hopes to engage students at TCU to engage in political issues in their community.
The 25th Amendment - A coup or not?

The 25th Amendment – A coup or not?

By Emily Gustafson
Published Mar 4, 2019
Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe's discussion of invoking the 25th Amendment raises the question - could this be considered a coup?
President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un meet in Vietnam for the first time since the historic summit between the leaders in Singapore last year. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Most print reporters barred from Trump-Kim dinner in Vietnam

By Nicole Hawkins
Published Feb 28, 2019
The White House barred four reporters from attending a dinner between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after reporters shouted questions at the president.
PolitiTalk 2/8/19

PolitiTalk 2/8/19

By Michael Rogers
Published Feb 8, 2019

Polititalk 2 8 19 from TCU Student Media on Vimeo.

Former felons Desmond Meade, president of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, left, and David Ayala, husband of State Attorney Aramis Ayala, celebrate with copies of their voter registration forms after they registered at the Supervisor of Elections office Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, in Orlando, Fla. Former felons in Florida began registering for elections on Tuesday, when an amendment that restores their voting rights went into effect. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

States consider restoring voting rights to felons

By Brittany Kasko
Published Jan 28, 2019
Florida's new voting laws could spark changes in upcoming election processes.
Polititalk 1/25/19

Polititalk 1/25/19

By Michael Rogers
Published Jan 25, 2019
Get caught up on all the recent political news with Michael Rogers on Polititalk.
Federal employee Marcus Walker joined other federal employees and supporters at the Sacramento International Airport calling for President Donald Trump and Washington lawmakers to end the partial government shutdown, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, in Sacramento, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

Shutdown nears 30-day mark

By Alexa Hines
Published Jan 17, 2019
This marks the longest government shutdown with no solution in sight.
Rory Gilmartin, 12, center,  from Kenai, Alaska, sells a Christmas tree to sisters Elizabeth Benson, left, and Kathryn Zamora-Benson, right, from his familys sidewalk business on 9th Avenue and 22nd Street, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, in New York.  Each holiday season stands of Christmas trees from Vermont, Canada and North Carolina are sold license-free thanks to a nearly century-old ordinance that affords coniferous tree vendors a rare exemption to expensive licensing requirements.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Tips on offering servings of politics and opinions at the holiday table

By Grace Amiss
Published Dec 8, 2018
Whether you’re headed home for the holidays or surrounded by people who actively voice an opinion different than your own, there is no doubt that having conversations about sensitive subjects can be challenging.
Title IX is a part of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. 

Photo by the U.S. Department of Education/Flickr 2012

What is Title IX?

By Alexa Hines
Published Dec 8, 2018
Title IX is a hot topic in the news lately, so here are some common questions answered.
Media Credit: Mandel Ngan AFP Getty Images

Women make history in the 2018 midterms

By Mariana Rivas
Published Dec 4, 2018
More women ran for government in the 2018 midterms than ever before. What motivated them to run and win?
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos criticized the Obama Era Title IX regulations preponderance of evidence in weighing sexual assault cases. (Photo courtesy of CNN, 2017).

Proposed Title IX changes open for public comment

By Michael Rogers
Published Dec 4, 2018
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has added new provisions to the nation's Title IX policy and you can weigh in on them.
Democrats will now be able to choose who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee come January.
(Photo courtesy of oversight.house.gov)

House shift moves subpoena power to Democrats

By Michael Rogers
Published Nov 13, 2018
Democrats set to take over the House in January will have a special authority at their disposal, that Republicans gave them.