Category: Opinions

The Iowa Aftermath

By Maggie Connolly ’21Staff Writer Last week, Democrats and Republicans alike across the nation put themselves to bed unsure of who had clinched the victory in the first democratic primary of 2020. The much-anticipated Iowa caucus had a glitch in the system, and no one really knows what […]

The Great American Setback

By Kate McCarthy ’23Staff Writer President Thomas Jefferson never gave a State of the Union address to Congress. He wrote the address but had it delivered to Congress via a clerk, starting a tradition that would last more than one hundred years, ending with Woodrow Wilson addressing Congress […]