I wanted to delete my Twitter account at least five, but no more than eight, times during the election cycle. Because I am a liberal, you could automatically assume my “twexit” would be caused by the alt-right movement or Donald Trump, but that is not the case. My actual reason […]
The 2016 race for President of the United States looks more like a torturously long season of The Real World, than a competition for leader of the free world. Deleted emails, missing tax returns, a Benghazi botch and “locker room talk” are issues which have split households like the Civil […]
If anyone still believed that a politician could have a both public and private life, the 2016 presidential race has put that belief to rest. Social media, email hacks and secretly recorded speeches have dismantled the chance that any politician could effectively hide a scandal or secret while running […]
Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist Carl Bernstein delivered anecdotes and invaluable knowledge on journalism to UNF students on Nov. 7.
Rick Scott visited UNF Oct. 31 at a ‘Stand Up For America’ political event, sponsored by News 104.5 WOKV. At this event, Rick Scott, Pam Bondi, Sean Hannity and Brian Kilmeade spoke on current political topics and urged attendees to vote in the upcoming election.
“Times are changing again. Enemies are becoming friends, and friends are becoming enemies. Old alliances wither and die, and new ones are born.”
Standing in front of a more-than-sold-out crowd, Bob Woodward captivated his audience. No politician was safe from his remarks as he shared stories from his years in journalism. Woodward is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, once in 1973 for his work on breaking the Watergate scandal, and again in 2002 […]
“Democracy is not a ballot box,” Lydia Moneir, daily news editor, shares her experience as an Egyptian facing a second revolution.
Contributing columnists Ahmed Aedan offers several questions on immigration that go left unanswered in politics.
Content Editor Catherine Byerly says as of Nov. 6, two things will remain exactly as they were the day before: America will have a Harvard graduate as president, and UNF students will still have to pay for their degrees.
Contributing columnist Taylor Leckie wants to see a president who will support education to those within and just outside of the voting age who have sex.
Three candidates in the 2012 state election talk about redistricting and their stance on education issues.
As one of the few UNF students given the chance to attend the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Brendan Quinn, a political science junior, got an inside look at the convention and political system.
The ‘Voice Your Vote’ campaign, a college convention tour, visited UNF Tuesday, with the goal of inspiring young voters to become active members of the political community.
The campaign, which will cover 12 college campuses, started Aug. 22 in Orlando, and will make its final stop Sept. 6 in Charlotte, N.C.
The majority of Soderberg’s campaign team and volunteers in attendance of her first campaign party are UNF students and alumni.
As with every political issue, it seems Florida college students’ futures are stuck in a battle between bi-partisan Senate lines. Comforting, right? Both sides offered solutions on how to pay off the $60-million loan subsidy May 24, according to the Washington Post. But with different ideas on the matter, each […]