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QC professors talk money and power in politics

Queens College students and faculty gathered in Powdermaker Hall 118 on Sept. 13 to hear two professors speak about the presidential election, the importance of political participation and the effects of money in politics. The event was organized by the Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding and was co-sponsored by the Political Science Club, […]

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Incoming president hopes to make QC better

Japneet Singh, a senior majoring in economics, finance, accounting and international business, will serve as the next president of the Queens College Student Association. A member of Students for Change, Singh will replace current president Chris Labial at the end of the semester. Singh attributed his unopposed run partially to a perceived loss of hope […]

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Obama vs. Romney: Key Issues 2012

President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will be facing off to discuss key issues in the presidential campaign during the debate on Oct. 3. Most policy issues can be collapsed into one big issue: the role of public institutions versus the market in providing for peoples’ well-being, according to QC political science professor, John […]

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