ADEM elections: why you don’t know about them, and what you need to know

Delancey Gaito, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

In the predominantly democratic Bay Area, the official Presidential Inauguration of Joe Biden on Jan. 20, 2021 came as a sigh of relief. According to The Washington Post, the 2020 Presidential Election...

Opinion: Bernie Sanders is best for the Democratic Party

Ellie Lerner, News and Opinions Editor June 10, 2020

For many members of the Urban community, the 2020 presidential primaries will be the first time they are eligible to vote and decide for themselves which candidate best represents their interests and values....

Midterm Madness Part III: What to Watch

Midterm Madness Part III: What to Watch

Kian Nassre, Web Editor November 2, 2018

What in God’s name is ARGENT? With Part III of this series comes my forecasting model for House, Senate and Gubernatorial elections: ARGENT. Created by me and named in honor of 538 founder Nate Silver,...

Midterm Madness Part II: What to Know

Midterm Madness Part II: What to Know

Kian Nassre, Web Editor October 25, 2018

Will the House of Representatives flip on Nov. 6? Are Democrats doomed in the Senate? In Part II of Midterm Madness, I will explain the various political battlegrounds of 2018 from a macroscopic view....

Urban school expresses apathy towards Democratic primary

Colin Heath October 14, 2015

With fewer candidates, the 2016 Democratic presidential primary is garnering much less attention than the Republican primary. Candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders currently receive the vast...

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