“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.” Nothing better sums up, in my mind, how crucial it is to vote in not only this election, but in every election.
On one hand, there are going to be new Star Wars movies. On the other, we all remember how lackluster the prequels were, to say the least.
We understand that perhaps the disruption to campus Wi-Fi was unavoidable. However, the school’s silence on this issue has been disappointing.
The massive disconnect between the popular vote and the election of our nation’s leader needs to be corrected if we are to continue to claim that each vote matters.
Fundamentally, this election is about two candidates with opposing views of how this country should be run. But it is as much about opposing characters as it is about opposing policies.
Amid the wreckage wrought by Hurricane Sandy, Donald Trump still managed to make headlines.
Considering all of the damage that happened in the tri-state area — New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut — Pittsburgh, and Pennsylvania as a whole, overreacted to the storm.
Disney has the potential to reinvigorate the Star Wars brand and restore faith in the franchise after three disappointing prequels.
Election Day is this Tuesday, and the citizens of the U.S. elect their next President. So we asked,
Why do you think voting is important?