With the GOP opposing Obama’s Clean Power Plan and questioning his authority to negotiate a long-term climate agreement, the president faces an uphill battle.
Who knew it would be such a nailbiter?
In this final episode of the Politic Podcast, we recap the Ward 1 election and conclude, for the final time, with our rumor mill.
Over 200 Asian and Asian American students, plus other students of color and white allies, congregated at the AACC to discuss their role in the racial movement on campus.
The Argentine presidential race will culminate with a runoff on November 22, and regardless of the outcome, the Argentine people should feel relieved.
We can’t read an article or two and think that we have done our due diligence.
The Buckley Program’s conference on “The Future of Free Speech” ended at the Omni with drinks, dinner, and a keynote address from U.S. Senator Ben Sasse.
According to Professor Fred Magdoff, former chair of the plant and soil science department at the University of Vermont, capitalism stifles the “cooperation, sharing, empathy, and altruism” we need to fight climate change.
Welcome to the sixth and penultimate episode of The Politic Podcast. This week, we discuss the current state of the Ward 1 election and interview President of Yale College Democrats, Tyler Blackmon. And as always, we conclude with our Rumor Mill.