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Young Voters: Who went to the polls, and who didn’t

November 6th, 2018 – Midterm elections were underway all around the nation. Social media campaigns were issued to prompt voting, celebrities endorsed candidates and anyone and everyone was begging people to vote. The question, however, remains: did young people actually vote?   It is still too early to definitively tell the number of people who […]

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A Split Congress: Democrats Take the House and Republicans Hold Down the Senate

The Nov. 6th, 2018 midterm elections have passed and the results are in. The “blue wave” that Democrats hoped would roll in to Capitol Hill did come to pass, but it did not have as much as an impact on the results as they would have liked.   Democrats took control of the House of […]

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Tackling midterms season at QC

Midterms week. Those two words are daunting enough, as they most likely evoke flashbacks of studying endlessly night after night. There’s no avoiding the anxious feeling of sitting in a lecture hall, waiting for the proctor to deliver the exam one has been dreading. However, one tends to forget that the original purpose of an […]

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Learning to cope with midterm stress

Midterms week is a time no college student particularly likes experiencing. Students may study for five, six or even seven exams over one to two weeks, viewed as impossible. Students do the best they can on the tests, while reducing the stress from midterms. reduce the stress  their mind off exams and doing the best […]

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