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2015-16 Student Council Elections

Attention all freshmen: the Class of 2018 Student Council elections for 2015-16 are fast approaching!

If you would like to run for senate or an officer position you can pick up a registration form from Mr. 126 more words

Announcements

Do we have a strategy?

I have been wondering as a progressive what has been happening to us in Wisconsin. We seem to be losing a lot of elections and we are gerrymandered into a terrible position in the state legislature. 217 more words

Elections

Observations

Ever since Gov. Walker beat the unions in Wisconsin, the “Right to Work” laws have come under scrutiny in more states. For those that don’t know what the term ‘right to work’ means, it simply means you don’t have to join a union to work and you don’t have to pay dues. 496 more words

Obama

EXCLUSIVE! Isis killer Mohammed Emwazi's links to Ed Miliband

(satire?)

Mohammed Emwazi, the Islamic State (Isis) extremist behind the beheading of western hostages, grew up in EXACTLY the same city as Ed Miliband and graduated from a university just like the Labour leader did, Pride’s Purge can exclusively reveal. 420 more words

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SOCIAL MEDIA ... HOW RELIABLY NEWS WORTHY

It’s been tagged more than a “paradigm shift”, viewed as a tool of communication, social media is an instrument to break boundaries and build revolution. Social media in the year 2012 was regarded as the most powerful source for news through common platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. 430 more words

#Nigeria

Two things I hate about pre-election political debate

There are just ten weeks until the elections. In Brighton and Hove that’s both the general election and local council elections. I will consciously not vote for a political party this time. 399 more words

Brighton

5 things successful people do every day to avoid being a Lib Dem

(satire?)

Do you wake up each morning feeling stressed and anxious about the workday ahead of you? Do you feel fear and dread at the thought of going into the office? 671 more words

Coalition