It’s always exciting for voters to meet local politicians. It provides a chance for them to voice their concerns, get to know their candidates better, and become better informed citizens. Students at Concordia College had this exact opportunity when Minnesota Senator Tina Smith and gubernatorial candidate Tim Walz came to
While Concordia’s Campus Democrats have rallied around Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump remains an elephant in the room for Campus Republicans. During primary season, Minnesota proved a bit of a unique case; in the caucuses, neither of the eventual presidential nominees was able to walk away with a victory. Clinton trailed
Concordia’s Young Americans for Liberty chapter is looking to start discussions and engagement among students, and are making themselves known on campus through their active presence. According to their webpage, YAL is the largest and fastest-growing pro-liberty organization on American college campuses. There are more than 750 YAL chapters and
Donald Trump. His name is something close to taboo, his ideas and policies are ridiculed harshly and his supporters are harassed and targeted by people from all sides of the political spectrum. Showing support for Trump today is akin to worshipping Satan — so why do people still support him?
Guest Post: Cobbers care about voting The current generation of college students has often been criticized for their lack of political involvement. However, a recent survey conducted at Concordia College reveals that Concordia students not only believe that voting is important, but that they believe their votes matter in the
This year, like many years, the two presidential candidates provide American voters not with a decision about who might be the best man for the job, but rather who would be the less worse option. Indeed, it is often the case that presidential elections amount to little more than an
Much like the first debate, Wednesday night’s presidential debate, the second of the election season, drew an audience of more than 65 million viewers. Unlike the first debate, however, Wednesday night featured two men who appeared to be awake. In reality the differences between the first debate and the most