Brian Williams takes an attitude toward Donald Trump’s reaction to the election.
A Voting Virgin
Read one writer’s personal recall about voting for the very first time.
Hurricane Sandy Causes Trouble for Voters
Some voters are finding it difficult to vote for this election after Hurricane Sandy’s damages.
Presidents and their Pets
With the upcoming presidential election, many Americans are focused on the important issues surrounding the nation. On the other hand, the candidates themselves are meticulously preparing and making sure everything is perfect from their speeches even down to their...
Romney vs. Obama: Who wants to see your business fail
As a student here at Bloomsburg University visiting the shops downtown is a common thing. Whether you are on Main Street, grabbing a slice at Franks late on a Friday night, or getting your eyebrows waxed at Hair to Toe on East Street. Each of these businesses is among the array of small businesses struggling through this tough economy.
Gay Marriage in the 2012 Elections
Just a few months ago President Obama declared that he supported gay marriage, whereas his competitor, Mitt Romney, believes marriage should only be between a man and a woman.
Husky Corners Joins the Obama Campaign
President Obama definitely has husky pride on his side. When registering to vote in the town of Bloomsburg Pa, on downtown Main St. the Democratic headquarters are definitely getting their town involved. When walking down into the town of Bloomsburg you usually don’t...
The Right to Love
President Obama is a supporter of gay rights, while his republican opponent Mitt Romney is strong in his opposing position. When an anonymous homosexual student from Bloomsburg University was asked how they would feel if either candidates were elected into to...
Bloomsburg Students Debate along with Obama and Romney about Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage
The two presidential candidates are both very clear on how they feel about same sex marriage, and many Americans, including Bloomsburg University students, may be swayed on the vote by this issue alone. “Marriage is for two people in love,” said sophomore Psychology...
Does Medical Marijuana Sway the College Students Vote
In this years election the legalization of medical marijuana has become an important issue. For Some students on the Bloomsburg campus however, the legalization of marijuana does not sway votes, should not be a political issue and should be regulated similarly to...
Why you should vote as a Bloomsburg student
One students opinions on the two presidential candidates
A Local View On Gay Marriage
The tensions are at an ultimate high, especially on the campus of Bloomsburg University, as the presidential campaign heats up with different stands on the hot topic of gay marriage. “I don’t know why this is such a huge debate,” said senior, medical major,...
Student Loans Weigh Heavy
Every year, tens of thousands of graduating high school seniors go off and attend colleges and universities all around the United States. These universities do not come cheap either, in fact it cost on average about $30,000 dollars a year. “I don't even want to think...
BU Education Budget Cuts
Education is supposedly a top priority in today’s society. The irony behind this is that when the government makes their budget cuts, they cut the budget of education vastly.
The Young Vote
During orientation, Bloomsburg Freshmen were given the opportunity to register to vote in this year’s upcoming election.
“Completely Wrong” Romney and Other Strange Google Searches
With all of the hype surrounding the 2012 presidential election, it’s no wonder Google has decided to put in its own two cents. Go to Google and do an image search for the words “completely wrong.” The result is Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney’s face...
Why so liberal?
Why do most college students call themselves liberal?
The Third Presidential Debate
The presidential candidates did not hold back during their final chance to persuade undecided voters.
Bloomsburg Students Can Make a Difference
The race for the 2012 presidential candidacy will be determined by how swing states vote. College towns in rural parts, such as Bloomsburg could play a key role in deciding the fate of how Pennsylvania votes.
Bloomsburg Students Hit Hard With Obamacare
The new health care reform law, the Affordable Care Act, is a roaring issue around the world, and is currently impacting many students from Bloomsburg University.
Mitt Romney’s Tax Rate Plan
Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney has a different approach to lowering individual tax rates than former presidents. Many Americans, including Bloomsburg University students, are baffled by the promises and proposals that Romney has put together.
Local Mall Suffers Due to Economy
Although the closing of stores in a small town area like Bloomsburg isn’t out of the ordinary, it seems that it has become almost an expectation for the past five years
Candidates Views on Social Issues
As November 6th approaches, people all over the country are trying to figure out the best choice to be their next president. The economy, healthcare, and social security have been hot topics among people out of college, but something rarely examined are issues that...
The Arming Debate: Where BU Students Aim on Firearms This Election
As this year comes to a close, America is forced to ask many questions about crucial aspects surrounding this election. The rise in mass shootings this year brings the ever so controversial issue of gun rights and restrictions off of the back burner and under the light of heated debate and scrutiny.
Bloomsburg Students Active in Upcoming Election
Every Vote Counts…
Bloomsburg University Students Are Politically Active and Will Participate in 2012 Election.