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The Government Shutdown

Anika Schneider ’15 For the past two weeks the country has been plagued. Not by what many Republicans fear, that is, too much government, but rather the partial shutdown¬†of the Federal Government. Many controversy and blame lie on both sides of the aisle when dealing with the US Government, but in this case it seems […]

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Week in Review: The Conflicted GOP and its Potential Future

Daniel Palino, ’15 Chris Christie is undeniably a rising star within the Republican Party. He delivered the keynote address at the 2012 Republican National Convention, is generally favorable with the public, and is considered a contender for the 2016 Presidential election. So then why, exactly, was the New Jersey governor not invited to attend the […]

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