Brexit has the potential to damage the British economy

British markets could suffer from imposed tariffs and regulations from trading with the European Union Brexit has been a big topic in the media recently, especially for the past week. The United Kingdom officially left the European Union (EU) on Jan. 31. The process of the UK leaving the EU has been going on for…

Impeachment proceedings are officially over

President Donald Trump will stay in office due to the Senate acquittal vote The end of the impeachment of President Donald Trump has officially come. It’s the 21st anniversary of Bill Clinton’s acquittal vote, and last week, Feb. 5, one day after the State of the Union and two days after the Iowa Caucus, Trump…

Brexit goes, Brexit woes

Brexit complicates travel plans and future currency Traveling is one of my biggest passions in life. I love everything about it: taking a taxi to the airport, checking my bags and I don’t even mind security. One thing that I am not a fan of, however, is going through immigration when I arrive in another…

Who will remain?

With Iowa on the horizon, the Democratic primary gets aggressive as the field narrows With only six candidates allowed to participate in the last debate, the Democratic primary has been leading up to the pivotal Iowa caucus, the make or break moment for many campaigns.  The only constant leaders of polling for Iowa have been Sen….

Who is running for the 2020 presidency?

A breakdown of all the candidates running in the 2020 presidential election As the 2019 year begins to dwindle down to an end, the candidates of the 2020 general elections begin to rise up into the spotlight.  There are many more on the Democratic side than the Republican side, but it looks like we got…

Virginia turns blue, makes political history

The Democratic party hits their historic trifecta with the recent elections Over the last couple of general elections, the Commonwealth of Virginia made history in some sort of fashion. Since 2017, the blue wave began after the flip of 15 seats in the House and the election of Governor Ralph Northam, giving them hope for…

How likely is the impeachment of President Donald Trump?

Everything that you need to know regarding the impeachment inquiry Impeachment (“the process of bringing charges of wrongdoing,” stated by NBC News Justice Correspondent Pete Williams) of any high ranking official has always remained to be difficult dating back to when the Constitution was first created and ratified.  Now, as of Oct. 31, the full…

College Affordability Act

A new bill being proposed could help eleviate the stress and burden that the financial aspect of college places on students and their families There is something new in the works to help change the burden that paying for college puts on students and their families. It is called the College Affordability Act. This bill…

Voting for the right reasons

It’s voting season; why you should be registered to vote It’s that time of year again; that first Tuesday of November and it will be here sooner than we think. Everywhere you turn, there is a table of people with organizations who primary goal is to get students registered to vote. They are the ones we…

Living in a nuclear world

Reflecting on the impact of the first nuclear tests in North Korea The world didn’t always use to be like this. There was a period in which we were all outside more and weren’t caught up in whatever fun colorful game attracted our eyes. As humans, we used to actually go out to the movies…