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Education 101: The 2012 Election and Higher Education

With Nov. 6 creeping steadily closer, the 2012 presidential campaign is ramping up as incumbent President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney finalize their efforts to win the American people‚Äôs vote. Undecided voters face a myriad of issues on which the candidates seem unable to agree. From national healthcare to foreign policy, the…

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Students participate in Democrat, Republican Debate

The Political Science Club hosted a debate last night with two prominent members of the Democratic and Republican Parties. Cindy Costa, vice-chair to the RNC Rules Committee and SC Republican National committeewoman, represented the Republican side with Phil Noble, president of SC New Democrats, representing the Democratic side. Before students asked questions in a heated…

Newt Gingrich speaks with students and members of the community. The former Speaker of the House and Republican presidential candidate spoke on campus yesterday, Nov. 28, in Sottile Theater. (Colin Johnson/GSO)
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Gingrich speaks at the College, focuses on a campaign against Obama

Walking to the front of the stage, Congressman Tim Scott shouted out, “Good evening.” A weak response from the audience. He then said, “I said, Good evening.” The audience becomes louder with its response and Scott continues with the momentum. “It’s time in America for a new President.” Scott, a U.S. House Representative for South…

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