In 2005, Alaska Rep. Don Young wielded his power as Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure committee to push to include federal funding for a $315 million bridge as part of the 2006 National Appropriations Bill.
by George Fang The “iron curtain” between mainland China and Taiwan goes back to 1949, when Chiang Kai-shek fled to … More
During an unignorable presidential election, Colorado’s ballot saw another contentious voting issue: wolves. For the first time in US history, … More
“It’s a human right!” In light of the recent presidential election, the preceding phrase is one we have often heard … More
Though it has taken a back seat amidst COVID, China’s geopolitical expansion has long been a concern for United States … More
Donald Trump astonished much of America at 2:30 EDT Wednesday morning, November 9, 2016, when major television networks called Wisconsin, … More
For the top five college sport conferences, known as the Power 5, football is on. The SEC, ACC, and Big … More
The disappearance of Kim Jong-Un in April 2020 prompted frenzied, sensationalized speculation as to the whereabouts and condition of the … More
by Levi Roseman
In the midst of these politically-charged times in the United States and around the world, Dartmouth’s College Democrats and College Republicans are seeking to move past divisiveness.