politics
03
Dec

RI Congressman hosts “Town Hall for the Next Generation”

Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline (D) sent an open invitation to local millennials, although all were welcome, to attend a

02
Dec

The right to vote should not be extended to underage Americans

The legislative world is trying to change a rule that has been around for over 44 years. According to The

21
Oct

Letter to the editors: Response to “Boston feels the Bern”

To the Editors of the Campus Herald- This letter is in response to Kyri Barilone’s article, “Boston feels the Bern,”

20
Oct

Trump – real presidential candidate or blatant racist?

Note: This article is a response to “Why Trump makes the cut.” After reading the last opinion article on Trump

14
Oct

Boston feels the Bern

This past Saturday, Vermont independent senator and Democratic presidential primary candidate Bernie Sanders took center stage at the Boston Convention

14
Oct

Why Trump makes the cut

Note: The response to this article is called “Trump – real presidential candidate or blatant racist?” and can be found

07
Oct

Reducing food waste: A worthy national goal

On September 16, 2015, the USDA and EPA announced the first ever national food waste reduction goal. In order to

22
Sep

Is America ready to welcome refugees?

I recently read an article by Tim Arango on the New York Times website titled, “A New Wave of Migrants

31
Aug

Social media’s growing impact on elections

Founders of social media networks probably couldn’t predict this much of an increasing role of social media in political engagements.

22
Jul

JWU students honored at White House

Morgan Thompson’s journey in Career and Technical Education (CTE) hasn’t been long, but it’s been full of experiences. She was