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PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #34: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #34: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
January 8, 2021

We saw domestic terrorism on Wednesday. We saw an event that is seen in corrupt, third world countries. We saw a “leader” that the Founding Fathers never would have wanted elected.  It has...

LOOKING AHEAD TO THIS NFL OFFSEASON FOR THE BEARS

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December 10, 2020

After starting the season at an astounding 5-1, only the Chicago Bears could end up losing six straight and be 5-7. The Bears didn’t even get a win in the whole month of November, something only the...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #33: A DISCUSSION ON DIVISIVE ELECTION

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #33: A DISCUSSION ON DIVISIVE ELECTION
November 13, 2020

I sat down with junior Olivia Kim to discuss the results of the 2020 election and what it means for the United States. Listen here!

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #31: A DISCUSSION ON THE FINAL PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #31: A DISCUSSION ON THE FINAL PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
October 23, 2020

For this week of Prospector Political Publish, Associate Editor-in-Chief Brendan Burke and Copy Editor Olivia Kim sat down to discuss the final presidential debate. Listen here!

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #30: BREAK AWAY FROM TRUMP FEAR, NON-CAREER POLITICIANS STILL VALID PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #30: BREAK AWAY FROM TRUMP FEAR, NON-CAREER POLITICIANS STILL VALID PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
October 8, 2020

This story appeared in Issue #2 of The Prospector Another four years had passed and it was time for our country to jump back into another election year after two treacherous primary seasons — and...

CARDI B SCANDAL POSES QUESTIONS ABOUT ROLE OF FEMINISM

October 7, 2020

This column was originally published in Volume 57 Issue 8 of The Prospector on May 17, 2019. It is being published to the website for its relevance to an opinion story running in Issue 2 on October 9.    “I...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #29: DISCUSSION ON FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE, IF YOU CAN CALL IT THAT

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #29: DISCUSSION ON FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE, IF YOU CAN CALL IT THAT
October 1, 2020

For this week of Prospector Political Publish, I sat down with junior Luiza Zanon to discuss Tuesday's first presidential debate. Tune in here!  

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #28: PASSING OF RBG DISPLAYS WASHINGTON HYPOCRISY, THIRST FOR POWER

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #28: PASSING OF RBG DISPLAYS WASHINGTON HYPOCRISY, THIRST FOR POWER
September 29, 2020

For this week of Prospector Political Publish, I sat down (over Zoom) with junior Luiza Zanon to discuss the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the process to fill her Supreme Court vacancy. Listen below! https://anchor.fm/knightmedia/episodes/Prospector-Political-Podcast-Passing-of-RBG-Displays-Washington-Hypocrisy--Thirst-for-Power-ekbola  

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #27: THE NEED FOR A YOUNGER CONGRESS

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #27: THE NEED FOR A YOUNGER CONGRESS
September 16, 2020

The 116th Congress is the title for the current federal legislative body of the American government. Starting on Jan. 3, 2019, the 116th Congress resembled a very historic time in American politics. Not...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #26: THE DAY WE WILL NEVER FORGET

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #26: THE DAY WE WILL NEVER FORGET
September 12, 2020

It was 19 years ago. I was not even born yet. Nevertheless, that depressing day will forever be important to me and every American. 19 years ago was Sept. 11, 2001 — the day the World Trade Center was...

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #25: THE RISE OF PARTISAN HYPOCRISY

PROSPECTOR POLITICAL PUBLISH WEEK #25: THE RISE OF PARTISAN HYPOCRISY
September 4, 2020

It seems like some of the biggest political arguments that arise in today’s society are no longer about actual life changing issues. First it was emails, and now it is a haircut.    On Monday,...

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