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Student reveals discourse from the white house

After weeks of research and writing, Missouri Western junior Dominique Gilbert presented her empirical project about the discourse coming from the White House for the Trump administration around Islamic terrorism in Popplewell on Friday, April 20. Gilbert discussed the White House’s discourse around Islamic terrorism in the United States and about how that discourse may be changing Islamic culture in... Read More

Capitol Complaint- Dear Republicans, you’re a little late to the party

When footage of presidential hopeful Donald Trump saying super insensitive and disgusting remarks about women was leaked, it initially seemed like another quintessential “Trump moment” that would be played off as “Trump being Trump.” I mean, it’s happened time and time again without any real consequences for Trump’s presidential bid. But this time was different—Republicans fought back. Maybe it was... Read More

Students gather to watch 2016 Presidential Debate, with varied support

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the two front-runners in this November’s presidential election, exchanged heated words during the Debate held Monday night. Several arguments were contrived, many opinions were voiced and a lot of students listened intently as Mr. Trump and Secretary Clinton tossed verbal jabs at one another. A room packed with Missouri Western students watched the debate at... Read More

Sanders, Trump win New Hampshire primaries by double-digits

The first primary of the 2016 U.S. presidential race saw defeats for establishment candidates. New Hampshire was feeling the Bern Tuesday night as its Democratic Party overwhelming voted for the Vermont senator in the primary. At press time, Sanders had 59.9 percent of the Democratic vote of the state. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton staked out 38.4 percent of the vote. The... Read More