Is it Time to Rethink the Electoral College System?

As we endured the long process that came with the presidential election of 2020, there seems to be a reoccurring pattern with the flaws in this centuries-old system.
December 1, 2020

The Electoral College was created by the Founding Fathers in 1804 for the purpose of ensuring American citizens would not become accustomed to a “mob mentality” way of life in a democratic nation....

Powerful Women In American History

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December 1, 2020

The United States government has been notably patriarchal throughout history, often overshadowing the many accomplishments women have had in U.S. politics. However, they have played a very critical part...

Florida’s Polarizing Political Makeup

Florida’s contrasts highlight the variation of political opinions that differ throughout different areas of the state.
November 27, 2020

While accepting the presidential nomination, Biden promised to be a president for all citizens - both those who voted for him and those who did not. One of the states that did not swing towards Biden was...

Women in Politics: Daniella Levine Cava

Women in Politics: Daniella Levine Cava
November 25, 2020

Take a closer look at Miami Dade County’s newly elected Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava. The latest lady featured in our ‘Women in Politics’ spotlight, Mayor-Elect Cava is taking long strides from representing...

Is the Electoral College Outdated?

Is the Electoral College Outdated?
November 16, 2020

From the founding of our nation to today, the electoral college has been a major part of the democratic election system. Included in the constitution, the electoral college is a body of people representing...

Florida’s Polarizing Political Makeup

Florida's Polarizing Political Makeup
November 14, 2020

The state of Florida is one of the most divided when it comes to politics. It is one of the most important states of a national election, and is notorious for changing who it supports almost every election....

New Miami-Dade County Mayor Makes History: Daniella Levine Cava

Miami-Date County awaits the newly elected mayor, Daniella Levine Cava.
November 6, 2020

History was made as Levine Cava, the first-ever woman to be voted in as mayor of the county, won the Nov. 3 election. Also becoming the first non-Hispanic elected in 24 years, the first Jewish mayor and...

Politics shouldn’t go above relationships

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Opposing political views are causing a great divide in America, and regardless of differing views, politics shouldn't define relationships
November 2, 2020

     The beginning of the new decade has been nothing short of scandalous in the political world. From being on the brink of World War III only the third day into the year to the impeachment of our...

University of Michigan Creates a Non-POC Cafe

The University of Michigan received a great deal of backlash over one of the online communities promoted a Non-POC Cafe for students.
October 28, 2020

There have been many instances where phrasing something the wrong way has backfired harshly, mostly in politics and companies. In this particular case, University of Michigan Dearborn’s Center of Social...

Trump’s Tax Returns Leaked by the New York Times

The New York Times recently caused a political stir by releasing information on the president's tax reports, reporting shocking information.
October 24, 2020

Donald Trump’s promises of releasing his tax returns, should he win the presidential election in 2016, seem like nothing but a distant memory. Although he did end up winning, he never fulfilled this...

Supreme Court Agrees to hear cases over Trump’s Immigration Policies

The Supreme Court is set to hear two of Trump's immigration cases that will decide whether for not there will be funding for the construction of wall, and if migrants seeking asylum need to remain in their home country until they face trial.
October 23, 2020

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear two cases relating to President Trump’s immigration policies; one of those policies addressed the notorious wall he vowed to erect, and the other covered his proposed...

Pro-Choice vs. Pro-Life: Bodily Autonomy up for Debate?

Women's reproductive rights bear the brunt of a never-ending and highly politicized discussion. Pro-Choice and Pro-Life are the two main sides to this debate and struggle to find common ground.
October 22, 2020

The topic of women’s reproductive rights has always been a hot topic for both left and right-leaning politicians. Although strange to some, the topic of women’s reproductive rights is subject to such...

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