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Sarandon promotes Sanders campaign on Mayflower Hill

Sarandon promotes Sanders campaign on Mayflower Hill

On February 24, dozens of students, faculty members, and locals gathered in Page Auditorium to welcome Academy Award-winning actress, activist, and Bernie Sanders surrogate, Susan Sarandon. The visit came at the tail end of Sarandon’s statewide tour, where she spoke at several Maine colleges, including Bowdoin and University of Maine Orono. The tour came just two weeks before Maine’s caucus […]

Trump: the art of the nomination

Trump: the art of the nomination

Like most people, my first thought when Donald Trump declared his candidacy for the presidency was that I should really stock up on popcorn. I thought it would be a short-lived, yet incredibly entertaining, break from the relative normalcy of the political election process. It turns out I was half-right. Trump’s foray into politics has been anything but short. In […]

Don’t get caucus blocked in 2016

Don’t get caucus blocked in 2016

In just a little over two weeks, the day we’ve all been waiting for will be here: March 6. There are many reasons to be excited for March 6. It’s the birthday of preeminent visionaries, like Michelangelo, Marion Barry, and Bubba Sparxxx. It’s the day the Battle of the Alamo began, Ghana gained independence from Britain, Cassius Clay became Muhammad […]

by Jake Bleich· · 0 comments · Opinion

Don’t get caucus blocked in 2016

In just a little over two weeks, the day we’ve all been waiting for will be here: March 6. There are many reasons to be excited for March 6. It’s the birthday of preeminent visionaries, like Michelangelo, Marion Barry, and Bubba Sparxxx. It’s the day the Battle of the Alamo began, Ghana gained independence from Britain, Cassius Clay became Muhammad […]

by Jake Bleich· · 0 comments · Uncategorized
The saga continues: the debate surrounding Clinton’s emails

The saga continues: the debate surrounding Clinton’s emails

Several weeks ago, I wrote a piece in The Echo entitled, “Why Hillary’s Emails Matter.” This engendered positive debate among my peers and professors, and enticed Co-Editor-In-Chief, Jake Bleich ’16, to weigh in on the issue. While critical of my assessment, Mr. Bleich’s contribution, “Political Theater: why Hillary’s emails are a non-Issue,” is a welcome addition to the debate. The […]

by Ian Mansfield· · 0 comments · Opinion