The Oakland Post

Pro-activity is needed to see a better future

Isaac Martin, Political Columnist November 1, 2016

Election Day is upon us. Less than 144 hours separate us from one of the most important days of the year. Yet, as I talk to many of my peers around campus, it seems that there is a sense of resignation...

Presidential round-up: A quick voter’s guide

Shelby Tankersley, Editor-In-Chief November 1, 2016

Next Tuesday, it’ll be time to hit the voting polls and pick a new president. Here’s an easy-to-follow guide to the top four presidential candidates on Michigan’s ballot (according to the Michigan...

What to expect on the ballot this November

What to expect on the ballot this November

Edward Zilincik, Contributor October 18, 2016
For the first time since 1963, Michigan will have no statewide proposals on the ballot this Election Day.

Political Focus: The student loan crisis

Melissa Deatsch, Political Columnist October 11, 2016

Last week, we began taking a look at Hillary Clinton’s proposal for higher education. Specifically, we examined her plan for free tuition at public, in-state universities and community colleges. That...

Second presidential debate breakdown

John Bozick, Web Editor October 11, 2016

Many presidential historians and media critics labeled the town-hall debate last Sunday in St. Louis one of the most brutal examples of mud-slinging in the annals of U.S. presidential elections. For...

A closer look: Fear and voting in America

Alex Stevens, Political Columnist September 27, 2016

Perhaps because of their historically low likability ratings, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton appear to want to gin up unnecessary fear in order to win your vote. As is usually the case with partisan...

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