Tag Archives: obama

One Too Many

One Too Many

Posted on 28. Feb, 2013 by admin.

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Recent school shootings impact UAHS and spur legislation
by Matias Grotewold, ‘13, Anna-Maria Thalassinos, ’14, Carly Tovell, ‘13
From Columbine to Sandy Hook, every school shooting makes the public reel, as if each bullet hit the nation in its entirety instead of individual children. Twelve dead, 27 wounded. Twenty-six dead, one wounded.
Each life lost brings a communal [...]

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‘This is our America!’

‘This is our America!’

Posted on 26. Oct, 2012 by admin.

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Three first-time voters debate which Presidential Candidate is best, explain the importance of youth voting in Ohio.

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Trash Talk Politics

Trash Talk Politics

Posted on 25. Oct, 2012 by admin.

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Rather than promoting their own viewpoints, politicians resort to mudslinging
By Matias Grotewold, ‘13
Once upon a time, Abraham Lincoln responded to his opponents’ policy measure by eloquently saying it was “as thin as the homeopathic soup that was made by boiling the shadow of a pigeon that had starved to death.” Props to anybody who knows [...]

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Ready to Serve

Ready to Serve

Posted on 23. Oct, 2012 by admin.

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Students planning to enter the military share their views on upcoming election

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Candidate Profiles

Candidate Profiles

Posted on 23. Oct, 2012 by admin.

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Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates’ platforms outlined

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Super PACs

Super PACs

Posted on 18. Oct, 2012 by admin.

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Candidates receive large support from these groups, whether ethical or not.

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Antagonizing Advertisements

Antagonizing Advertisements

Posted on 26. Sep, 2012 by admin.

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The behavior displayed in political advertisements becomes a concern for many students

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Primary Pandemonium

Primary Pandemonium

Posted on 24. Feb, 2012 by admin.

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As the March 6 Ohio primary approaches, students examine the importance of their right to vote
By Carly Tovell, ‘13 and Victoria Slater, ‘12
The constant noise of the presidential candidates—their policies, opinions, triumphs and failures—seems to continuously stir up controversy among the two main political parties. As the primaries and caucuses draw near, new eligible voters [...]

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