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President Obama’s State of The Union

BY: SHAELYNE MOODIE President Barack Obama gave his first State of The Union address since his inauguration in January on Tuesday evening. Members of Congress as well as the families of gun violence victims surrounded the President during the address, which aired live on all news stations after 9 p.m. Throughout the address, President Obama […]

Lupe Fiasco Anti-Obama Rants & Chief Keef’s Legal Issues

BY: KAREN MILLER Check out Seawanhaka inside scoop of entertainment news below. Rap artist Lupe Fiasco was removed from the stage while he performed on Jan, 20 at president Barack Obama’s inaugural festivities at the Hamilton Live in Washington, D.C. Lupe performed his 2011 track, “Words I Never Said,” the rapper talked about his stance […]

Obama Surges To Second Term On Strength Of Youth Vote

BY: KAREN MILLER For political campaigns, one of the most important and difficult groups to engage is young, college-age voters between the ages of 18 to 29. The just-concluded presidential campaign race between President Barack Obama and former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney was no different. Both the Obama and Romney campaigns used celebrity endorsements […]

What Obama’s Win Means For The Country

BY: MATT ROMAGNOLI Four years ago, the United States elected its first African American president, Barack Obama. He was elected on the platform of hope and change. Obama entered office with several problems already on his desk: an economic disaster rivaling the Great Depression; two prolonged and expensive wars; the trend of rising unemployment and […]

Obama Wins Second Term

BY: KEELEY IBRAHIM After 17 months of campaigning, Republican Governor Mitt Romney lost the presidency to current president, Barack Obama. The projections were reported around 11:30 pm Tuesday night, even though many voters in some states still hadn’t turned in their ballots. Romney’s camp awaited the news in Boston, while Obama’s administration listened in from […]

Obama vs. Romney: Who Made The Grade?

BY: KEELEY IBRAHIM Unless you’ve been living under a rock- The 2012 presidential debates are over. Governor Mitt Romney faced off against current president, Barack Obama in three separate debates. These debates ranged from foreign to domestic policy as the candidates spoke at The University of Denver, Hofstra University, and finally Lynn University in Florida. […]

What a Difference Four Years Makes

BY: KEELEY IBRAHIM Is America better off now than it was four years ago when President Barack Obama was elected to office? This seems to be the recurring question amid Republicans today. Two weeks ago at the Republican National Convention, “If Ryan was trying to relate to and motivate young voters, he missed his mark,” […]