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Kearney: Four more years for President Obama

Kearney: Four more years for President Obama

Ryan Kearney, Columnist

November 5, 2012

The past four years under President Barack Obama have been years of historical significance, big decisions and no small share of controversy. A term that began in the heart of a global economic meltdown now comes to a conclusion with millions of Americans still suffering from the aftershocks of that...

Watters: Despite reservations, time for new change

Watters: Despite reservations, time for new change

Arabella Watters, Assistant Forum Editor

November 4, 2012

Before I mention what presidential candidate I will inevitably be endorsing, I need to say how much unadulterated excitement I have for this coming Tuesday. Maybe it's because I’ve been writing this column for nearly a year now, chronicling the turbulent path that this election has followed. I’ve...

Obama campaign makes it official: Election Night ‘watch party’ in Chicago

Patrick Svitek, Online Managing Editor

October 30, 2012

President Barack Obama will appear at an Election Night "watch party" at McCormick Place in Chicago, his re-election campaign announced earlier this week. The official venue selection came after several reports that Obama's team was considering the downtown convention center for an Election Night event. The president also hinted at it in a recent fundraising emai...

Conservative radio show host Dennis Prager discusses morality, American values

Conservative radio show host Dennis Prager discusses morality, American values

Jeanne Kuang, Reporter

October 30, 2012

The Northwestern College Republicans hosted a speech Monday by conservative radio show host and columnist Dennis Prager, who spoke on what he considers fundamental American values. He spoke about the topic, “Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph,” and explained his views on the Judeo-Christian...

Watters: As millennials move right, will candidates leave us behind?

Watters: As millennials move right, will candidates leave us behind?

Arabella Watters, Assistant Forum Editor

October 28, 2012

Our generation is often given a lot of vague, ambiguous descriptors. We’re called the millennials, and the trademarks of our generation include incredible tech knowledge, an uncanny knack to get distracted and a penchant for things that move at an extremely fast pace. Being a part of the millennial...