Category: Beyond Campus

The Attack on the Capitol is the Epitome of White Privilege in America

From these events, there are many topics and issues that one can pick at and further discuss, but the issue that is most prevalent and urgent for the student body at Saint Anselm College to understand is white privilege.

Trump Supporters Lay Siege to Capitol Building In An Effort To Disrupt Electoral Vote Count.

Protesters outside the Capitol began to break through barriers and storm the steps of the Capitol building. As crowds began to gather on the steps, others forced their way into the building, some breaking windows and climbing through them to enter.

The Saddest Day of Our Democracy

Never before have we had domestic terrorists lay siege upon our nation's Capital. Today is truly a sad, despicable day.

Georgia Goes Blue: Warnock, Ossof Defeat Loeffler, Perdue In Runoff Election

On January 6, both races were officially called, Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock beat out Republican Kelly Loeffler for Isakson’s seat and Democrat Jon Ossof beat incumbent Republican David Perdue.

Rising Stars of the Northeast

These four political leaders are making headway and have become representatives of their respective ideologies.

PELOSI WINS SPEAKERSHIP BY 2 VOTES

As we entered the new year, and up until the vote today, it was still unclear whether or not there would be enough votes to re-elect Pelosi to the speakership.

President Trump Bows to Bipartisan COVID Relief Bill

With mounting pressure and little support from Republican members of Congress, Trump caved shortly after Christmas and signed the bill, granting emergency relief to those in most need.

Live Updates on the 2020 Election

On the day before the election, both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are hoping for unprecedented voter turnout. So far we have already seen early voting reach two thirds the level of total votes cast in 2016, which already is a great sign for participation in this year's election.