Reflection On Women’s March Anniversary: During a Trump Presidency, When and How Can Social Progress Really Be Made?

Opinion

By Victoria Gill Elm Staff Writer Over the horns and shouts, colorful posters demanded acknowledgment alongside the fierce pink “pussyhats.” Saturday, Jan. 20 marked the anniversary of the 2017 Women’s March in Washington D.C., and people gathered again this year to mark the event and continue the protest. Thousands of women filled the city streets—from D.C. […]

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One Year of President Trump and What Comes Next

Opinion

By Tedi Rollins Elm Staff Writer It has been over a year since Donald Trump was officially elected as president of the United States. The heated election season of 2016, which resulted in Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote and Trump winning the electoral college, left many Americans baffled. Many Trump voters said that what they […]

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Climate Change Is Caused By Humans: What Now?

News, Opinion

By Tedi Rollins Elm Staff Writer Throughout his term, President Donald Trump has made clear his desire to Make America Great Again. The rest of the world has had another plan in mind: to make the environment great again. The U.S. is the only country that has not signed on to the Paris Climate Accord, an […]

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Speaking Up for Puerto Rican Hurricane Maria Relief

Opinion

By Tedi Rollins Elm Staff Writer The U.S. has recently faced a series of hurricanes. From Harvey to Irma, there has been a constant cycle of news coverage on the natural disasters, with one exception: Hurricane Maria. Hurricane Maria first hit Puerto Rico on Sept. 20. Karl Vick, a writer for Time, said the storm brought […]

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Criticism of Trump’s Presidency Conflated With Family Controversy

Opinion

By Amy Rudolph Web Editor As President Donald Trump rounds out his first 100 days as commander- in- chief, his approval ratings are tanking more than ever. But this article isn’t about Trump, it’s about his family. the Trump family has stood by him for years, even more so during the first few months of his presidency. […]

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Distractions Plague Administration

Opinion

By Brian Klose Opinion Editor For the past three months, President Donald Trump and his administration have consistently been the subjects of numerous controversies and allegations, both as suspects and accusers. Claims of wiretapping and Russian collusion are the most recent and noteworthy controversies flooding media coverage. While these allegations certainly have dramatic implications, right […]

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