Category: Politics

U.S. Supreme Court hears case on partisan court balance

U.S. Supreme Court hears case on partisan court balance

Delaware News- February 16, 2020

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case regarding if a Delaware law that requires all courts in the state to be politically balanced is ...

The Iowa caucus explained

The Iowa caucus explained

News- February 10, 2020

The 2020 Iowa caucuses for both the Democratic and Republican parties were held on Tuesday.

Harvard pollster John Della Volpe: Translator between millennial, baby boomer generations

Harvard pollster John Della Volpe: Translator between millennial, baby boomer generations

Campus News- December 2, 2019

John Della Volpe came to campus to discuss global sentiment, opinion and influence amongst the millennial generation as part of the National Agenda Speaker Series.

“I’ll never apologize for ‘sit down and shut up:’” Chris Christie speaks on civil political discourse

“I’ll never apologize for ‘sit down and shut up:’” Chris Christie speaks on civil political discourse

Campus News- November 10, 2019

During the fifth event of this year’s National Agenda series, Chris Christie discussed the intricacies of civil yet open political discourse.

Rep. Joe Kennedy takes center stage at Biden Institute event

Rep. Joe Kennedy takes center stage at Biden Institute event

Campus News- October 21, 2019

On Oct. 15, the Biden Institute invited Joe Kennedy, Ruth Briggs King and John Della Volpe to talk about elections and answer audience questions.

Carper stands and talks in Trabant

Carper stands and talks in Trabant

News- October 1, 2019

The College Democrats, in coordination with Sen. Tom Carper’s re-election campaign, organized a meet-and-greet event with Carper that took place earlier today from noon to ...

Students React to September Debates

Students React to September Debates

Campus News- September 15, 2019

Ten of the remaining Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race met this past Thursday night in Houston for the third debate of election season.

The United States of Amnesia

The United States of Amnesia

News- September 11, 2019

History professor Guy Alchon believes Americans are not paying attention to what happened on Sept. 11, 2001 or what is happening now.

Dan Pfeiffer defends his position on the left

Dan Pfeiffer defends his position on the left

News- September 8, 2019

On Sept. 4, former Senior Advisor to Barack Obama, Dan Pfeiffer visited the university to speak at the National Agenda event about his position on ...

Amid controversy, Biden declares presidential candidacy

Amid controversy, Biden declares presidential candidacy

News- April 28, 2019

On April 25, Joe Biden announced via video that he is now officially running for president in 2020.