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Senator Sanders (D-VT) suspended his campaign for the 2020 presidential election. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Sanders Campaign Divided Democratic Party

April 22, 2020

The truth is, in the colorful world of politics, Bernie's spectrum is black and white.

The funding of presidential campaigns play an important role in the election. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Increasing Campaign Spending Limits Presidential Possibilities

March 25, 2020

Although the amount of money a candidate has certainly does not provide a direct correlation to voter popularity, as campaign funding is still an extremely important aspect of the race towards the presidency.

Senator Bernie Sanders faced off against frontrunner former Vice President Joe Biden. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Debate Pushes Frontrunner Biden to Shift Further Left

March 25, 2020

Sanders has chosen to remain in the race to use whatever leverage he still has to move Biden leftward and in doing so build some appeal to progressives.

Controversial comedian Joe Rogan recently endorsed Senator Sanders. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Sanders Should Embrace Rogan Endorsement

January 29, 2020

More broadly, though, rejecting problematic voters is a terrible way to build a working class movement. We reach voters where they are.

Bernie Sanders wrote to Fordham's faculty, detailing the benefits of unions (Courtesy of AP Images).

Bernie Sanders Writes Letter in Support of Union Effort

October 18, 2017

By Theresa Schliep The unionization cause at Fordham has gone national. Senator and former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wrote to Fordham faculty last week, promising not to tell them how to vote in the union e...

Bernie Sanders Visits Arthur Avenue

Bernie Sanders Visits Arthur Avenue

April 18, 2016

  By Mark McNulty and Cate Carrejo Presidential Candidate and Senator Bernie Sanders made an unannounced visit to Michelangelo's in Little Italy on Arthur Avenue and 189th Street on Monday, th...

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield served 40 pints of “Bernie’s Yearning” at a rally in Union Square. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Putting a Political Message Into a Pint

April 13, 2016

By Kwamesha Joseph  In a few months, the United States will bid goodbye to its 44th president, Barack Obama, and welcome the 45th. As of right now, each potential candidate (Donald Trump, John Kasich, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and Bernie S...

Sanders' Silence on Foreign Affairs

Sanders’ Silence on Foreign Affairs

March 30, 2016

By Joe Moresky  Bernie Sanders’ campaign for the democratic nomination has received a degree of renewed vigor after his surprising win over Hillary Clinton in Michigan. Senator Sanders has continued to sp...

Bernie Sanders continues to hold the support of college students.

Why College Students are Still Feeling the Bern

December 2, 2015

By Vincent DeBellis Bernie Sanders, Vermont senator and Democratic candidate for President of the United States in 2016, cares about the issues that are relevant to college students in America today. Creating dec...

Bernie Sanders has won the affection of several college students across the country- but can he win the presidency? AP.

Sanders Social Platform Lacks Conviction

September 22, 2015

By Bailey Hosfelt With a large majority of United States university students identifying as liberal, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is rapidly gaining support from individuals within the 18-22 age demog...

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