Will “Joe the Plumber” be a Bummer?

Throughout the presidential race, candidates have been experimenting with many campaign tactics.

Bloomsburg Student Excited for Change in the Oval Office

As time winds down and the new president of our country is revealed, voters are experiencing a full range of emotions.

Door to Door For Change

Danny Montalvo has spent the past week going door to door in search of students who would like a “Support Barack Obama” poster to display. Montalvo, a member of the University Democrats at Bloomsburg...

First Time Voting, Still Undecided

This election is expected to get a lot of votes from Generation Y, as most of them will be voting for a presidential candidate for their first time.

Obama Wins Vermont, McCain Wins Kentucky

Photoshop Election! First results in for Vermont and Kentucky. McCain takes Kentucky and Obama takes Vermont. Vermont is known for its great skiing and Kentucky is of course known for its great chicken.

Huge Numbers Leading to Huge Wait Times

Ah yes, it has finally come to be time for the donkey or the elephant to be put in the spotlight; it’s Election Day! Tuesday November 4th, 2008 is the most important day of the year.

Obama’s the man for this BU voter

By Saroya Royster This morning Cheyonna Anderson, a senior here at Bloomsburg University, willingly woke up early to start her day. Out of the house by 10 a.m., she headed down to lower campus to...

Showing Up at the Polls in Style

Students trailed in throughout the day before or after classes in casual attire. However, the majority of African American students, as if premeditated, came to vote dressed differently.

History in the Making

The biggest news story as of today is the 2008 United States Presidential Election. Many people are looking forward to getting their voice heard and casting their votes for either Democrat Barack Obama or Republican John McCain.

The Voting Crowd at the Kehr

Kevin Chavarria arrived at the Kehr Union this morning thinking that he could vote early, grab a quick breakfast and make it to his 9:30 class on time. But he didn't plan on waiting behind 75 students.