Tag: politics

Video: CollegeXpress Talks to YelloPain About Voting

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Check out our chat with YelloPain, a rapper and activist who's set his sights on getting young Americans to get informed, get registered, and show up to VOTE! read more

The 2020 Election: What's on the Line for You?

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Freelance Writer

Voting is important, but how exactly will your vote affect you as a student? Here's what's on the line for the 2020 election that could change how you pay for college. read more

What You Should Know About Super Tuesday

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Content Strategist, Carnegie Dartlet

Confused about what the heck a caucus is? Wondering what makes Super Tuesday so super? We've got you. Read all about it on CollegeXpress now! read more

Why and How to Seek Out Different Political Perspectives in College

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Freelance Writer

One of the best parts of college is being surrounded by diversity: in religion, culture--even thought. Here are some ways to engage with political diversity on campus. read more

5 Reasons Every Young Adult Should Vote

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The midterm election is just around the corner, which means you should get to the polls. Why? Check out these five (really good) reasons you should vote! read more

Top Internship Opportunities in Washington, DC

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

No matter what your interests may be, the nation's capital can serve as a great launching pad for your professional career. Here are the best places to find internships around Washington, DC. read more

Experiencing the 2016 US Presidential Election From Abroad

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Student, Occidental College

Naomi was studying abroad in Japan on November 8, 2016, so she had to watch the election results unfold from afar--while surrounded by people who couldn't really understand what she was going through. This is what it was like. read more

How to Discuss Politics in College Without Viscousness

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Student, Emerson College

How do you maintain a sense of civility and respect in campus discussions, especially in an election year when emotions can get out of control? Find out here. read more

Your Vote Matters

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Student, West Henderson High School

Look past the yelling matches to the facts about each candidate and where they stand on issues that are important to you, such as your education. When you do, you'll see: your vote (or your parents' vote) matters. read more