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Topic: 2016 election

Shanmugam ’23: Democrats need to realize that the electoral deck is stacked against them

Columns, Opinions

Shanmugam ’23: Democrats need to realize that the electoral deck is stacked against them

March 5, 2020 2 comments

After the 2016 presidential election, political airwaves seemed dominated by two refrains: “Donald Trump is our president!” “Actually, Hillary won the popular vote.” Both statements are equally valid.

Columns, Opinions

Simshauser ’20: Rethinking Democrats’ strategy for 2020

April 4, 2018 3 comments

Following the 2016 presidential election — as the initial shock of President Trump’s victory began to wane — liberals looked to exit polling data, attempting to diagnose the exact factors that had felled Hillary Clinton’s ostensibly sturdy “blue wall.”

Mitra ’18: Lessons from a lost year

Columns, Opinions

Mitra ’18: Lessons from a lost year

November 7, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Exactly a year ago today, the unthinkable happened.

Wayland ’18: Polarized political binary should not extend to popular culture

Arts & Culture

Wayland ’18: Polarized political binary should not extend to popular culture

March 1, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The debacle of Sunday’s Academy Awards best picture award was a fitting conclusion to a category so fraught with tension this Oscars season.

U. hosts dialogue on Trump’s policies

News, University News

U. hosts dialogue on Trump’s policies

February 7, 2017 2 comments

A conservative and a liberal came together to share their perspectives of President Trump in a “startlingly civil conversation.”

Columns

Kumar ’17: American messiah

December 8, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The Brown University Chorus will perform the first part of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah” Friday evening in Sayles Hall. I plan on attending.

Columns

Liang ’19: Redefining civic engagement

November 17, 2016 1 comment

Let me start by saying this to all the marginalized groups impacted by the results of this election: Your feelings are valid

Columns

Friedman ’19: Trump’s victory was in the cards

November 17, 2016 1 comment

This summer, I engaged in a Twitter war with a conservative Brit about the Brexit vote

Mayor Jorge Elorza addresses a  crowd of nearly 1,000 concerned community members in the Hope High school cafeteria after election.

Metro

Community members meet to reject hate

November 14, 2016 1 comment

The halls of Hope High School were silent Saturday night, save for the occasional echo of applause emanating from a packed school cafeteria.

University News

Students abroad grapple with responses to Trump victory

November 11, 2016 Comments are Disabled

A room of nearly 50 students at the University of Melbourne stood cracking jokes as they watched electoral votes for President-Elect Donald Trump pile up.