Tagged 2016 Election

Source: Pete Pryylski/ The Red & Black

Toxic Election Season Permeates Annual TEDxUGA Showcase

Cover Photo Source: Pete Pryylski/The Red & Black By Seamus Murrock Accompanying TEDxUGA’s impressive shift from Tate Grand Hall in 2016 to the larger, more grandiose Classic Center Theatre this past Friday was a subtler shift in tone from years’ past. Following a 2016 election cycle that was described as one of the most divisive…

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Thanks Obama – A Presidential Reflection

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of the Georgia Political Review. By Austin McCandlish Politicians have long evoked fervent emotions, but few have done so as much as our current president. The year Barack Obama took office, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Concurrently, an entire movement was founded upon the principal that…

The Curious Case of 2016: Clinton vs. Bush?

By: Nathan Williams America’s political dynasties have long dominated national politics,  beginning in recent memory with the Kennedy family’s dominance during the latter half of the 20th century. Over the decades, political brands have emerged as meteorically as they have dissipated, each offering competing visions of their idealistic America. Two politically prominent families in particular…

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