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Post Election Thoughts

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Interim CCNY President Vincent Boudreau shares thoughts on the national election: To many of you, the world today must feel a colder and more lonely place. Over the past months, we have watched the parameters of what is acceptable in our political and social life, and in the speech acts associated with that life, shift […]

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Millenials Still Stuck on Bernie

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By Kacy George South Park recently spoofed the presidential election season by dubbing the two major candidates, “Giant Douche” (Donald Trump) and “Turd Sandwich” (Hillary Clinton). In doing so, they highlight a common sentiment among New York millennial voters–– many of whom voted for Bernie Sanders during the primary. “Definitely not Trump!” Jason Pacheco, 22, […]

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Millennials Prefer Hillary

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Younger voters across the city are on path to put Hillary Clinton in the White House by Cristal Moris Last week, Donald Trump referred to African-American communities as “ghettos,” as he promised to tackle the problem in inner cities. That felt like the last straw for Kervin Soto, an account executive who lives in Brooklyn. […]

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Who’s Going to Win? Who Cares!

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Some are getting fed up with the presidential election by Krystal Rivera As the election season with its scandals and bickering drags on, it’s clear that some CCNY students and Harlem residents are beginning to lose in interest in who wins. Who holds our future? “Neither!” exclaimed Samuel Batista, a student at CCNY in response […]

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Clinton and Trump — The Debate Everyone’s Talking About

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Harlem residents and CCNY students feel conflicted by the election spectacle  By Krystal Rivera Harlem residents quickly filled up Grill On The Hill, the popular bar located just across from CCNY on Amsterdam, last week as the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump began. (If you missed it, click here to watch.) […]

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Ben Carson Said WHAT?!

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Muslim students react to the Republican presidential candidates comments by Jose Cardoso Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson has made some pretty outrageous statements. Last month, he went a step further. On “Meet the Press” he made strong remarks against the Muslim community, saying, “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of […]

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Presidential Campaign So Far — Students Weigh In

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No one is sure who to vote for, if at all by Jazmin Rosa From February 1st to June 14th 2016, voters across the nation will vote to determine the final candidates for the 2016 Presidential Election. The New York primaries occur on April 19th, and the general election falls on November 8th. Many students […]

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Re-election Night–Gobama!

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City Never Sleeps by Ryan Wallerson Four More Years!- Last night, across the land, people used their individual voices to help shape the path of our country; that collective voice, as it turned out, granted President Obama another four years as Commander-in-Chief. He defeated Mitt Romney by an electoral vote score of 303-206. The actual […]

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Pay to Post?

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 Students discuss proposed fees for Facebook by Shanika Sealy During Hurricane Sandy and the presidential election, many turned to Facebook to share their hopes, fears, comments and photos. But what if the social networking site charged users for posting? Facebook took a step toward becoming a fee-for-service site earlier this month, when officials announced that […]

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Who Won the Debate, New Hours at the Library & More 10-23-2012

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City Never Sleeps by Emily Goldblum Debate About the Debate: In last night’s debate, it looks like President Obama came out ahead of Mitt Romney, if the Twitterverse and blogosphere are to be believed. The President got off the best zinger of the night. “The 1980s called, and they want their foreign policy back.” See […]

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