Some might argue that the elimination of our Second Amendment, I mean, er, gun control, is the most divisive and polarizing issue among voters.
Somehow, we made it through debate season and barely touched one of the world’s most pressing issues: the environment! Without further ado, here is a look at the (in some cases, lack of) environmental policies of our presidential candidates.
The topic of terrorism, and what our next president will do to combat it abroad and prevent it from happening at home, is a major concern. Our 2.5 candidates have some views worth looking at.
At the end of the day, however, I believe that the University missed a chance to turn this opportunity for publicity and self-improvement into one that could benefit the nation, and in doing so, failed to carry out its responsibilities as an institution of higher learning.
Immigration is a hotly debated topic among people who like to pretend they didn’t come to this country as immigrants in the first place.
Education is important, but it’s essentially been swept under the rug this election cycle. But here at Student Life, we fight the good fight, so here’s a look at the major candidates’ education policy platforms.
Economic growth. Perhaps the biggest buzzword in the 2016 presidential race. It influences everything from our personal political affiliations to America’s global interests, such as finding ways to keep manufacturing jobs on American soil and gaining access to rare Pokemon only available outside the U.S.
With less than a week until the election, most people have already made up their minds about who they are going to vote for. However, if you’re thinking about voting for a third-party candidate like Jill Stein or Gary Johnson, I’m going to ask you take a moment to reconsider your choice. Voting is a right that every single adult in American is entitled to.
Stay up to date with everything happening as Washington University returns to campus.Subscribe