An initial motion to remove current Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff from office has been voted and approved April 17 by the country’s legislators with 367 voting for and 137 against impeachment.
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Potter presented his lecture “Confronting the Challenges of Nuclear Terrorism and Proliferation: Is There a Way Forward?” Wednesday in the Campus Center ballroom at the ninth annual Bhutto Ispahani International lectureship.
Presidential primary season is in full swing, but the turnout of young voters has been frustratingly low so far.
In November will be what is – in my mind – the most important election in my lifetime.
Edward L. Romero, former United States ambassador to Spain and Andorra, spoke about his experiences as a Hispanic politician to students and faculty on Oct. 28 at La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Judge Robert L. Pitman of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in San Antonio ruled Friday that Texas officials can continue to deny United States birth certificates to the children of undocumented immigrants.
Americans like to boast about the United States being a land of opportunity, freedom and justice, but it clearly does not apply to everyone, especially people of Muslim origins.
ASULV President David Asbra sits down with the CT Podcast to discuss his recent trip to Washington, D.C., in support the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act and its effects on Greek life. Plus, Asbra sheds some light on lobbying in front of Congress.
Marcia Godwin, associate professor of public administration, brought up political issues such as the political environment and gender inequality in her faculty lecture Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Hillary Clinton’s email scandal has put her under the public’s scrutiny even more so than usual. It was revealed earlier this month that Clinton, during her stint as Secretary of State, used her private email address as opposed to her work-related one to conduct government business.