13 Feb 2017

Legalization of Marijuana In The State of California by Micah Tateishi

CA, USA-  As of November 9th, 2016, in the state of California the majority of voters approved Proposition 64, making California the most populous state in the nation to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Proposition 64 allows Californians who are 21 and older to...
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13 Feb 2017

College Students Facing Homelessness by Renae Roque

College students face homelessness because of factors such as high housing costs, tuition, and other bills. As a NDNU or private school student tuition roughly costs $30,000 dollars per year, according to College Board (collegedata). Although there are financial aid options, most...
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13 Feb 2017

Inauguration Day Impact by Lupe Gutierrez

A series of anti-trump protests and riots broke out in downtown Washington, after Donald Trump was sworn into office on January 20th, 2017. However this didn’t stop the new president from signing his first few executive orders the following Monday. Trump passed an executive...
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13 Feb 2017

Health Care in the Hands of Congress by Samantha Rupel

Washington, January 26, 2017- Senate Republicans voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act without a replacement plan. This vote was a big step taken towards the final repeal process, however, nothing is finalized. The Republican and Democratic lawmakers can agree that Affordable...
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07 Dec 2016

International Perspective on the Election by Meleena Leon

“We’re scared, actually. We don’t know what we want to do, if we’re going to stay here, you know?” Following the recent presidential election, international students from Notre Dame de Namur have commented on Donald Trump being elected the 45th President of the United States and...
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05 Dec 2016

Millenials Can Impact the Election by Jael Testa

Millennials can make a huge impact in the election this year and can swing the votes dramatically, if a large amount of college kids decide to vote. According to the Pew Research center, millennials continue to have the lowest voter turnout of any age group and during the last...
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05 Dec 2016

Do NDNU students pay attention to World News by Meleena Leon

The pervasiveness of social media and the ability to have endless amounts of information at the touch of your fingertips may make all types of news accessible, however, two current Notre Dame de Namur students and a Communications professor who has worked in media for decades,...
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