Isaac Simon dissects the Sanders-Cruz debate on healthcare, analyzing the buzzwords for deeper meaning.
Anthony Ferranti argues that the ethnicities of political candidates should not dissuade potential voters.
Bridget Higgins describes Kasich’s possible, but unlikely path to the GOP nomination.
Tess Halpern discusses the state of the current election season, which she says has focused on insults and personal jabs between candidates rather than actual political issues.
Benjamin Clabault argues that the presidential elections need to focus more on issues of climate change.
Hillary Clinton was declared the Commonwealth’s winner shortly after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday night, while Trump cruised to an easy win.
A total of 5,293 Amherst residents voted for Sanders and 220 voted for Kasich
UMass/WBZ poll projects tight race Mass. Primary race between Clinton and Sanders, comfortable win for Trump
Polls open in Massachusetts early Tuesday morning for the 2016 presidential primary.
Hillary Clinton trails Bernie Sanders by 14 points, though she is still voted the most qualified candidate among Democratic voters.
Donald Trump’s violent comment reveals the truth about our political atmosphere.
Benjamin Clabault explains why, in the war against ISIS, the U.S. still must maintain compassion for both civilians in ISIS territory, as well as refugees.
The political science department collected 1,224 responses regarding their likely choices in the upcoming primaries.
Katrina Kervin argues that politicians shouldn’t be so quick to close doors on refugees around the country.
Pappas argues that even if Bernie Sanders won the Democratic nomination, he poses no threat to his Republican counterparts.
Lucas Coughlin discusses the recent anti-Obamacare filibuster by Sen. Ted Cruz.