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Welcoming different opinion...

A podcast is heading to campus to hold discussions concerning civility in discussions By Eugene Truong Pantsuit Politics will be coming to Ripon College on Friday, March 23, to hold a workshop and a keynote talk on how to have productive and civil conversations. In particular, the workshop will place emphasis on methods to approach […]

BSU on the black vote

By: Rose Hogmire  African-American voter turnout reached an all-time high of 66 percent in the 2012 presidential elections, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Although this number reflects substantial participation from a group historically hindered from contributing to the election process, Americans will have to wait to see if the trend continues in the presidential […]

France and Lebanon: A doubl...

By: Rose Hogmire  Numerous trending hashtags, a special France flag filter and the activation of Facebook’s Safety Check were just a few of the many ways the world showed its support for the people of France following the terrorist attacks throughout the capital city in November. The political and social media attention proved to be […]