Each year during election season, lawns are decorated with cardboard slogans celebrating or vilifying various politicians. Some experts feel the slogans for the 2012 presidential campaigns lack political and emotional fervor and that lines between the candidates are too blurred. Communications and Media Professor Patricia Sullivan said not only are […]

Looking back, there have been countless people and events which fueled my interest in politics. Among them are the engrossing train wreck that was the 2008 primary between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and, perhaps first and foremost, my utter bewilderment over how George W. Bush prevailed on election night […]

It has been just four months since the 2010 midterm elections, and, just like that, the 2012 presidential season is already creeping its away upon us. Over the coming months, you’ll see President Obama barnstorm one “swing state” after another, holding countless rallies while having to walk that fine line […]

Students in England attacked Prince Charles’ car this week because of a proposed tuition hike. They smashed a window and threw paint on the car. No one was hurt. Considering SUNY’s current situation, maybe we should follow suit? Suits are the staple of business attire. But if you’re a philosophy […]

Lisa Phillips is a freelance writer for the New York Times, Boston Globe and several other media outlets. She has a four-year-old daughter; her husband is an artist and a museum consultant who works for contractors at various museums across the country. He also runs his own Web design business. […]

Written and produced with Jose Ramirez. Barack Obama has become the beacon of hope for people of color. But will he bring about real change? Adler Jean-Jacques reports on whether Obama’s election will really help eradicate racism in America. Listen to “The End of Racism?” Here

By Alyssa Jung Lisa Phillips is a freelance writer for the New York Times, Boston Globe and several other media outlets. She has a four-year-old daughter; her husband is an artist and a museum consultant who works for contractors at various museums across the country. He also runs his own […]

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