Alivia GIles

Republicans divided as Trump announces 2024 presidential run

ALIVIA GILESSTAFF WRITER 12/5/2022 On November 15, former president Donald Trump announced from the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida that he would be running for president in the 2024 election.  The announcement came just weeks after the 2022 midterm elections, in which many candidates endorsed by the former president lost. Democrats retained control of the Senate.  […]

Claire Hipps Megan Neeley

Whitmer or Dixon to become Michigan’s next Governor

CLAIRE HIPPS AND MEGAN NEELEYSTAFF WRITER 11/7/2022 Gretchen Whitmer (D) and Tudor Dixon (R) are facing off in Michigan’s (MI) 2022 gubernatorial election, or the election for governor. Whitmer, the incumbent, highlights infrastructure development, investments in business and access to abortion as key aspects of her campaign. Dixon, endorsed by former President Donald Trump, is […]

Claire Hipps Oct 24, 2022

Potential SCOTUS ruling jeopardizes Voting Rights Act

CLAIRE HIPPSCOPY EDITOR 10/24/2022 The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) is currently considering the case Merrill v. Milligan, where the State of Alabama allegedly attempted to redistrict their congressional map in a way that under represents black voters. Alabama has been accused by Evan Milligan, the executive director of Alabama Forward, and his associates of illegally packing black voters into a single district while dividing […]

Caden Wilson Jan 15, 2018 News

Trump’s communication explains time in office

By Caden Wilson News Editor Throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, American presidents have capitalized on technological innovations to communicate with their citizens and promote their systems of belief.   Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats of the 1930s and 1940s nursed the nation through the Great Depression and most of World War Two. John F. Kennedy’s appeal on […]