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Ralph Regula’s 92nd Birthday Celebration – A Regula Scholar’s Perspective

This past Friday, December 2, I had the unique opportunity to attend the 92nd birthday celebration for retired Congressman and Mount Union alumni, Ralph Regula. As a member of the Regula Scholars, a collection of students modeled off of Ralph …

What Does the New President-Elect Mean for Climate Change?

By:  Sophia Ramsey, Green Raider

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One of the things we need to look at when we get a new President is their policy on climate change and climate action. Why? Well, there are a lot of reasons, honestly. But we’ll …

Scandalous Election

by Sophie Ramsey, Clinton Simmons, Lena Weller, Spencer Whyte

The 2016 election is unlike any other election in United States history, breaking all kinds of political norms. The parties seem, from an outside perspective, to have lost control of themselves. …

Crisis of Democracy

by Jack DeSario, PSIS

The 2016 elections have been characterized as, potentially, being transformative by a number of analysts. Clearly, the 2016 elections will determine which party controls the executive and legislative branches of our government. Democrats need to win …

Pacifist Republicans and trigger happy Democrats…

by Dr. Michael Grossman, PSIS

This presidential election is without a doubt surprising and, for many, disappointing.  But when one moves beyond the terrible rhetoric and accusations that have made both candidates unappealing to a majority of Americans[1], …

Back to the fossil age or forward to renewables? Heated differences regarding climate change in party platforms

By Dr. Lori Kumler

On Tuesday (8/30) I had the pleasure of attending a panel made up of our students who attended the party conventions this summer.  The presentation touched on many aspects of their experience: behind the scenes events, …