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The president of CU Dems Janine Balekdjian,CC ’13, replies to an article entitled “How to Save the Democratic Party” in the most recent issue of The Nation magazine. She says that the Democratic Party has not actually “left its New Deal roots,” nor has it “abandoned progressivism,” citing the Affordable Care Act as evidence. She discusses […]

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Half of the nation cheered for victory, while the other half sighed in defeat. It was approximately quarter past eleven last night, and networks predicted Obama had won the election as Ohio swung left. On our own campus, cheers erupted at the CPU’s viewing on the steps of Low. Anybody living under a rock or […]

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On Thursday night, the IRCPL and the African American studies department treated all those in attendance to a thought-provoking conversation entitled Race, Religion, and the 2012 Election. The discussion was between Katrina vanden Heuvel, of The Nation magazine, and living-legend Jesse Jackson. It was moderated by biblical scholar, Dr. Obery Hendricks. Our own lively lecture-hopper, […]

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