U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. Photo Credit: Mark Fischer.

Riots at the Capitol mark the end of the Trump era

Updated at 2:30 pm PST January 7, 2021
Maya Campbell, Arts and Culture Editor January 7, 2021

For the President of the United States, several right-wing politicians and the President’s supporters, January 6, 2021 has long been a crucial day since news sources including Associated Press, CNN and...

Resources for the Georgia Senate Election Runoffs

Clementine Daniel, Editor in chief, Print December 14, 2020

As the January 5th Georgia runoff election approaches, many people are looking for ways to get involved in making sure the senate seats are filled ethically and represent the greater public interest. Below...

(L-R) Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez discusses the Conflict of Interest Rule at the Center for American Progress with Congressperson Xavier Becerra, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Cory Booker, Congressperson John Sarbanes, and Congressman John Delaney on April 6, 2016. Photo Credit: Department of Labor

Catching up on the race for the presidency

Zella Lezak, Managing Online Editor December 1, 2019

With the presidential elections just around the corner and the primary elections approaching fast, it is time for America (and even some Urban students) to decide who they want to be the next President...

Digitally modified photograph of members of the freshman class of Congress pose for a photo opportunity on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018.

Congressional communications director discusses room for bipartisanship in the House of Representatives

Eli Gordon, Managing Editor February 27, 2019

After eight years in the minority, Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives on November 6, 2018, flipping 39 seats. They now control 235 out of the 435 total voting seats. Calling the...

Midterm Madness V: What's Next?

Midterm Madness V: What’s Next?

Kian Nassre, Web Editor December 20, 2018

What 2018 tells us about the Democrats’ 2020 strategy The conversation about the Democrats’ strategy to take on Trump in 2020 is centered on two types of swing states: the rust belt and the sun...

Midterm Madness Part IV: What Happened

Midterm Madness Part IV: What Happened

Kian Nassre, Web Editor December 20, 2018

Democrats took the House and Republicans held the Senate, but so much more happened on Nov. 6. When the blue wave crashed down, the fundamental balance of power in dozens of states was shifted in ways...

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