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Based off of the data from the 2008 and 2016 presidential elections, swing votes were key in winning the electoral college.(Courtesy of Flickr).

Obama vs. Trump Election: An Objective Post-Election Evaluation

December 7, 2016

By James McNamara I want to state this as explicitly as possible — I did not vote for either major party candidate. The evaluation of the election should be filled with statistics and analytics, not p...

FCRH Students, Faculty, Alum Favor Clinton, GSB Favors Trump

FCRH Students, Faculty, Alum Favor Clinton, GSB Favors Trump

November 2, 2016

  By Amanda Giglio, Amanda Maile and Tara Martinelli Fordham students, alumni and faculty plan to vote for Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, and are more confident with thei...

In the 2016 Presidential election, social media has played an important role for both candidates’ campaigns. (Courtesy of Flickr).

Social Media in the Presidential Campaigns

September 28, 2016

  By Emma Carey Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had their face-off debut at the first 2016 presidential debate this past Monday. However, as many Americans have witnessed this...

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...

Candidates like Hillary Clinton have to prove their competence in the 2016 presidential elections. Courtesy of Kevin Glackmeyer/AP.

2016 Presidential Hopefuls Must Overcome Shortcomings

April 30, 2015

By Joe Moresky The thunderous monsoon that is the presidential election cycle kicked up dust over recent weeks with the announcements of several candidates. Hillary Clinton, who served as Secretary of...

Photo by Frank Plitt / Wikimedia Commons Hillary Clinton  recently announced her support of marriage equality, citing constitutional and personal reasons.

Candidates More than Just a Face

April 30, 2015

By Marcelle Meyer Loretta Lynch was recently named United States Attorney General and is the first African American woman to serve in this position. This is not news to many people. The media has been b...

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