When the candidates decided they didn’t want to answer a question in its entirety, she asked them to be “more specific.” If a candidate tried to leave out facts, she corrected them and then gave them a chance to correct themselves. Raddatz truly represented many of us — Americans who simply want answers.
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The school is supposed to be a non-partisan university. But in the last year, we have had the political national spotlight shine on us twice — once when we hosted the Republican Presidential Debate last November and on Monday, when GOP Vice Presidential Nominee Paul Ryan came to campus for a rally.
It’s a cold, cold world out there and it might be getting a tad colder. Mitt Romney said if he were elected President of the United States, he’d stop funding PBS and their shows like Sesame Street and … Sesame Street.
By 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, Seth Jones had received approximately 150 emails, Facebook messages and phone calls responding to five words he sent out in a mass email.
For the second time in less than a year, Oakland University was in the national spotlight as Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan made a surprise visit to the O’rena Monday night.
Ryan will host a rally, at 7:30 p.m.,in the O’rena. Doors will open at 5 p.m.
If you’re like most of the students on our staff — and the majority of the millennial generation — this year will be the first time you will be old enough to vote in the presidential elections. Be sure to make it count.