Mary Rutenbeck, 20, a Wake Forest University student working at American University this summer will study abroad this fall. Photo credit Alex Mazzarisi.

Residents say terrorism here to stay; vow to live life

Michael Barr believes terrorism in the United States and abroad is here to stay. Attempts to stop militants or radicals from disrupting everyday life only will make terrorists more vigilant. He cites a fracture between two cultures that he feels will be “long and demanding.” Barr, an aviation and aircraft safety expert in California, is…

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Third party candidates polling highest since 1996

Third party candidates run for the presidency of the United States every four years. They never win, and likely won’t this year, but a leading polling group on politics found this election cycle has allowed a small breakthrough for third party candidates–they’re polling higher than they have in 20 years–with many American voters unsatisfied with…

Third party candidates

Elias MILLER Antonio NAVATTA WASHINGTON D.C. – Every four years, several third-party candidates run for the presidency of the United States but never win.However, this election cycle has allowed a breakthrough for third-party candidates, with many voters unsatisfied with the two major candidates chosen to represent them. Indeed, many former Bernie Sanders supporters are announcing…