“No candidate is perfect, and in almost every election, the ideal politician holds a combination of different forms of policy. If Macron can bring populist energy combined with effective economic policy, and make France inclusive, yet not beholden to the whims of the E.U., then France, Europe, and the world in general will benefit.”
“It is not a hyperbole to say that white supremacy sits at the heart of the American government,” Taylor said.
Donald Trump’s constant use of the term “fake news” to describe the work of career journalists has deeply insulted and alienated many in the industry, according to Lebeau.
University president William P. Leahy, S.J.’s email to the BC community about the travel ban inspired Aneeb Sheikh to draft the resolution calling for BC to provide free housing for affected members of the community.
“My mom was kind of stuck in Egypt for a whole year last year, and I know that feeling of having a family member removed, in a different country.”
The rally will be CJBC’s first demonstration of the semester.
“With Trump, Euro-skeptics, and authoritarianism, the world order as we know it is in store for some big changes.”
At 2 p.m. on Monday, Boston Common filled with middle school, high school, and college students, all of whom walked out of their classes to protest the election of Donald Trump, and unite for the future.
“The more we realize how much we share in common with each other simply by virtue of being human, and that our political views do not define us, the more comfortable we’ll be talking with one another.”
“While I agree with the assertion that the election hinged on the political voices of the disillusioned, it is inaccurate to characterize Trump’s win as a crowning triumph of the conservative movement.”