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Politics have no place in popular sporting events

Politics have no place in popular sporting events

By Jeremy Fredricks, Assistant Opinions Editor

March 1, 2020

More than 102 million Americans watched Super Bowl LIV according to Adweek. This means nearly a third of the nation was watching the same channel. The game was filled with suspenseful moments, as the Kansas City Chiefs came back to defeat the San Francisco 49ers. In addition to the game, millions of Americ...

CHS students react to upcoming presidential election

Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Scott Walker and Elizabeth Warren.

By Ana Faguy and Gil Jacobson

March 24, 2015

This past fall, voters headed to the polls to cast their ballot in the 2014 midterms, but as the doors closed on the election, another opens: the fast approaching 2016 presidential election. The political sphere has been buzzing with excitement since contenders started to make their names known as...

Student reflect on prolonged primary process

By Jared Saltzberg, Staff Writer

March 27, 2012

Since the Republican nomination process began Jan. 3, 2012, Mitt Romney has been viewed as the frontrunner. Considered the establishment candidate, Romney has in some ways benefitted from his perceived electability and moderate views, yet has been hurt by them in other ways. Romney underperformed in...

‘SNL’ back on the scene with satirical political sketches

By Ben Schick, Staff Writer

October 26, 2011

The upcoming presidential election is going to be a crazy one. People are fed up with high unemployment, and the Republican primary is still up for grabs. With all the political chaos and tensions rising, one show is able to capture the key moments. Right on cue, Saturday Night Live is back to its u...

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