Look at you! You have almost five weeks of experience in a political science course! Wowie, what are you the freakin’ ambassador to the United Nations or something? You’re so politically efficacious you’re more sure than I am that I used efficacious correctly. I’m glad that everything is going wellContinue Reading

On the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 18, Concordia students gathered in The Maize, awaiting the election results for the 2018-19 academic year Student Government Association executive team. This election was very different from previous years for SGA: for the first time since 2008, an executive team ran without opposition. AndContinue Reading

Tensions rise as Election Day, still months away, inches closer and closer. Super Tuesday passed by last week, and primary elections are beginning to narrow the pool of candidates to those who have the greatest chance to win. Hillary Clinton leads the Democratic Party, while Donald Trump leads the RepublicanContinue Reading

Newly elected freshman class representatives Josh Mackner and Sara Juntunen and newly elected sophomore class representative Alex Gray are excited about the opportunities they will have to serve their classes this year. “I’ve been looking forward to running all summer,” Gray said. Class representatives are required to serve on eitherContinue Reading

Tuesday was the beginning of the latest cycle of student government campaigns. And this year, it seems that it’s my turn to ask, “What’s the point?” It’s not that the candidates are unqualified—resumes show that all are leaders, while many have already served in the Student Government Association (SGA). Additionally,Continue Reading

Next week’s election has been a long time coming, that’s for sure. For more than a year we’ve watched politicians parade past the grandstand of the American voting public. We’ve watched as potential Republican candidates were whittled down to Mitt Romney, as one by one Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, NewtContinue Reading