As students and faculty have moved to virtual classes, questions arise as to how to continue to encourage student civic education and engagement when students are unable to participate in person either on campus or in their broader communities. To …Read More
Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew his candidacy for the Democratic Presidential nomination this week, making former Vice President Joe Biden the presumptive party nominee to face President Trump this fall. Are the primaries over, then?
Not even close. Here in Kansas, …Read More
By the time that Wisconsinites cast our ballots in the presidential preference primary, we will have already voted in two primaries—and we have a couple more coming up later in the spring. Studies have indicated that the …Read More
Inspired by the legacy and lessons learned from the historic 1964 Freedom Summer, students from UC Santa Cruz and UC Merced took their energy and activism home to the Central Valley of California over the summer of 2018 as part …Read More
The Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire primary mark the official beginning of the 2020 election season, though campaigning has been going on for a full year before the first primary votes were cast. Below, I present an overview of the …Read More
As the country navigates the momentous episode of an impeachment, the political arena also presents other significant challenges with the Democratic party in full primary season. While these are transcendental events, there are other substantial issues that also deserve our …Read More