Zeke Rosenberg

Class of 2017


  • Creatures of the concrete jungle descend on 2016 race

    It’s very telling that of the five remaining candidates with a meaningful shot at the presidency, three have deep ties to New York City. Trump University President Donald Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), both boisterous demagogues with little respect for those who disagree, personify some classic traits of New Yorkers, and their Big Apple origins inform their candidacies in ways that are n...

    Forum | February 29, 2016
  • Super Tuesday marks last stands against Trump, Clinton

    The first truly large scale test of the 2016 presidential candidates’ appeal, Super Tuesday, is upon us. With most of the votes happening in the south, the event has often been called the “Southeastern Conference (SEC) Primary,” but a primary in Massachusetts and caucuses in Colorado, Vermont, North Dakota, Alaska, Minnesota, and some American territories will also contribute to the largest single...

    Special | February 29, 2016
  • On the Issues: Candidates split on international trade

    Generally, both Democrats and Republicans tend to be in favor of free trade to an extent, but multiple people are vying for the opportunity to be the most staunchly protectionist president since Herbert Hoover. Free trade has become an increasingly divisive issue since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) removed trade barriers between the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Trade has be...

    Special | February 22, 2016
  • Alabama: a vital yet forgotten U.S. history

    This past Tuesday, Feb. 9, people flocked from far and wide to New Orleans in search of plastic beads among other, more decadent indulgences to celebrate the beginning of the Lenten season. But did you know the first American Mardi Gras was celebrated in Mobile, Alabama?

    Forum | February 15, 2016
  • On the Issues: immigration differentiates 2016 hopefuls

    During this presidential election, one of the key differences between the candidates — within and between parties — has been the ways in which each wants to reform immigration. While many of the proposals are similar, the details of immigration policies can be the difference between families being ripped apart, jobs for millions of citizens, and even life or death. Long story short, this is an ext...

    Special | February 15, 2016

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