On January 11th, 2019, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans crowded onto the streets and protested against the current Maduro Administration, provoking global attention onto this country in great crisis.
Every year on the third Saturday of December is National Wreaths Across America Day, an occasion when people gather at cemeteries across the country and world to lay wreaths on the graves of fallen servicemen/women.
Ellie Rinehart and Leontine Dixon examine the habitual, yet tragic events that plague American citizens’ safety and security in today’s society. They discuss not only the Pittsburgh shooting, but more generally, gun culture in America.
Ryan Movsowitz investigates whether there is only one truth in society. He comments on truth in society from the Greco-Roman era to the 21th century.
Audrey Margolies and Grace South
On November 6th 2018, only one day away, Americans in every state will be able to vote in the Midterm Elections, which occur two years after every presidential election. These elections will determine all 435 seats of the U.S. House of Representatives and ⅓ of the U.S. Senate, as well as local city mayors and 39 state or US territory governors.
The Radnorite talked with candidate for the state house from the district PA-165, Jennifer O’Mara. O’Mara talks to authors Estelle Atkinson and Josh Woo about her campaign experience, her motivations, her policy aims, and her hope for American politics.
What started as a single sexual allegation has spiraled into a controversial circus that has been dominating the news headlines for the past week… Regardless of the validity of these accusations, should a person who has been accused of sexual abuse on three occasions still be considered to serve on the nation’s highest court?
Fernando Castro and Josh Woo
Several weeks ago, the Department of Justice (DOJ) began an investigation of certain colleges that offer early decision programs, some of which include Amherst, Williams, Middlebury, Wesleyan, Wellesley Grinnell, and Pomona.
The essence of gerrymandering is redrawing the district lines in a neither organized nor fair manner such that one party will control the majority of the seats in the house, even if they account for less of the popular vote
The hulking tangle of emails, data breaches, and under-the-table meetings regarding Russia, our election, and our president have been a constant focus of the news cycle for the past year and a half, which represents a Watergate-tier scandal to Democrats and a smear-campaign rationalization for an election loss to Republicans.