With the primary elections starting February 3, 2020, we can guess that Penn State will be playing host to several presidential hopefuls over the next half year.
It seems like almost every day, a new candidate announces their campaign for the 2020 presidential election. With the current pool of contenders at 14, and many still expected to declare, keeping this increasingly diverse group of candidates straight is becoming a difficult task.
In January, Nancy Pelosi replaced Paul Ryan as the Speaker of the House of Representative. Pelosi is seen as an important political figure and an inspiration to many people for a multitude of reasons.
At midnight on December 21, 2018, the U.S. federal government began its shutdown. By today, January 21, 2019, it has lasted 31 days making it the longest government shutdown in U.S. history with no end in sight.
Recently, the Trump administration announced that they are working on narrowly defining gender as determined by genitalia at birth. The definition may only include sex…
This Tuesday, Nov. 6 marks 2018’s Midterm Election Day – and it’s a big one. This election is our first chance since the presidential election…
Nearly every piece of political news seems to introduce a new term, or some type of lingo, that can lead to confusion and misunderstanding. Whether…
At some point over the past few weeks, you’ve probably been stopped and asked if you’re registered to vote. If you’re flustered and in a…
With the current political climate in America, everything has seemingly become centered around politics.
One of the pressing questions on the minds of the Penn State climate scientists since the Trump was elected in November, is what can they expect for climate change policy and their research.
A new first family is now in the spotlight, but it’s definitely not their first time in the public eye.
For one Penn State feminist, the experience was one that she will never forget.
“You will have successes and setbacks too. This loss hurts, but please never stop believing that fighting for what’s right is worth it.”
The Vermont senator greeted a roaring crowd from every demographic that had begun waiting in line for the rally as early as 11 a.m.
On Monday March 21, President Obama made history when he stepped onto the tarmac at José Martí International Airport in Havana, Cuba, the first sitting American president to do so since 1928.