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Census citizenship question is a short-sighted attack

Census citizenship question is a short-sighted attack

Many will be surprised to hear that there hasn’t been a citizenship question on the standard United States census since 1950. I certainly was; it seems like it would be a good idea to know how many citizens reside in the United States, right?

The curtain is pulled back, but will it change anything?

The curtain is pulled back, but will it change anything?

Throughout the past week, multiple accounts have detailed just how incompetent the president is. There is no telling what might happen going forward. Now Trump, the president who values blind loyalty above all else, knows there are those in his administration that are actively working against him.

DeVos’s ineptitude demonstrates how little America cares for its public schools

DeVos’s ineptitude demonstrates how little America cares for its public schools

When asked whether Michigan’s schools have improved due to charter schools, DeVos was unable to answer. She also admitted that she has not visited underperforming schools. The ignorance and complete lack of preparation displayed by DeVos during her interview is simply unacceptable for an Education Secretary.

Shake-ups in the White House and the increasingly heated battle with Mueller

Shake-ups in the White House and the increasingly heated battle with Mueller

The White House is spiraling out of control, and Trump’s strategic “shake-ups” represent more of a ploy and a near-desperate attempt to better handle the Mueller investigation as it enlarges and endangers Trump’s standing. No better example illustrates this than Trump’s increasingly vocal attacks on Mueller in the past few days.

Trump's DACA decision leaves students 'heartbroken'

Trump's DACA decision leaves students 'heartbroken'

Fear, doubt and anger were some of the reactions to President Donald Trump’s decision on Tuesday to ‘wind down’ the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program.

“(I’m) heartbroken, quite honestly,” said Natalia Rojas, a seventh-semester University of Connecticut journalism major and Daily Campus copy editor who benefits from DACA