President’s budget poses education cuts, benefits

  proposed 2014 budget could generate a larger impact on students than they might suspect. On Wednesday, Obama presented his proposed 2014 fiscal-year budget, which asks for $950 billion in cuts over the next 10 years from areas such as Social Security ... Continue Reading →

Fiscal cliff sparks economic concerns

Many Americans’ financial situations could become harder by the end of the year. Democrats and Republicans may have to work together to prevent the economy from going over the metaphorical fiscal cliff, which could send the country back into another ... Continue Reading →

Illinois popular vote not always Democratic

Over recent years, much of Illinois’ population has included staunch Democratic Party supporters. But it hasn’t always been like that. The party won the Illinois popular vote in the last five elections with nearly two-thirds of the popular vote being ... Continue Reading →

Chick-fil-A remains on campus despite national scrutiny

After a comment made by the president of Chick-fil-A stating his belief of a traditional Christian marriage, there have been no active attempts to remove the fast food chain from the Student Center. Since the restaurant chain’s President Dan Cathy’s ... Continue Reading →
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