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#ProtectMueller protest takes to Lynnwood Convention Center

By Annika Prom, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2018

A crowd of protesters converged on the Lynnwood Convention center on Thursday night. These protesters, carrying signs with sayings such as “Honk for Justice” and “Trump is Not Above the Law”,...

Trump to cut taxes, eliminate Obamacare

By Sam Johnson, Data and Online Manager June 13, 2016

As a businessman who has thrown his hat into the presidential race, Donald Trump is now leading the Republican primaries with more delegates than the other two Republican remaining candidates combined. Because...

Clinton favors cheap healthcare, education

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff June 13, 2016

When it comes to political experience, Sec. Hillary Clinton outmatches every candidate. From her time in the White House as first lady for eight years, to her role as a New York senator and then her tenure...

What it means to be an independant

Who makes up this key voting bloc and what do they want?
By AsiaLee Donnelly, Hawkeye staff June 13, 2016

As the presidential election date draws near, the big topic of conversation is which candidates will win their party’s nominations: Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders for the Democrats? Donald Trump,...

Why not get involved?

By Greg Schwab, Principal April 19, 2016

This current political season has been fascinating to watch. I really think we are watching history unfold in our time as we see the Republican and Democratic candidates fight it out to win the nominations...

Embracing civility in political discussions

By Joey May, Hawkeye staff April 19, 2016

In the midst of one of the most polarizing and venomous election cycles to date, many political discussions are beginning to sound more like personal attacks rather than intelligent discussion over different...

Why everyone should care about voting

By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor April 19, 2016

“I’m just one person, what’s the point?” It’s the age-old excuse to not vote. But this idea of “my one vote doesn’t matter” is a toxin to government in itself. We live in a country that,...

Making a mess out of politics

Trends on social media may give young voters the wrong idea about politics and presidential candidates
By Marianne Macanaynay, Hawkeye staff April 19, 2016

AP Government teacher George Dremousis makes it a priority to keep himself informed, particularly today with the presidential campaigns of candidates such as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. “I tend...

The future of Muslim Americans

With hate crimes towards Muslims on the rise and a lack of sympathy for Syrian refugees, the presidential election of 2016 is sure to be the most consequential ever for Muslims in America
By Sierra Clark, Graphics Editor April 18, 2016

In the past five years, there has been an average of 150.8 hate crimes toward Muslim Americans yearly, according to FBI statistics from California State University professor Brian Levin. This equates to...

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