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2020 Election Outcome Reaction

2020 Election Outcome Reaction

Yongyin Angel Huang, Staff Writer November 15, 2020

A week after election day has passed, the nation has become divided as more and more states have finished their counts and been called. As the election results have officially come out last week of the...

The 2020 election is already set up to be an timely process, as mail-in votes slowly flow in and candidates grapple for control of the White House and Senate.

Election Exasperation

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief November 5, 2020

We monitor our Twitter feeds with an unflinching gaze, desperate for another set of ballots to be reported. Our search histories are checkered with election coverage; the New York Times’ Election Needles...

The first presidential debate of the 2020 election was held Tuesday, September 29, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

SATIRE: Presidential Debate Shows Candidates Are Definitely, Unconditionally, Equally Bad, We Promise

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief October 7, 2020

The first presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle on September 29 left Americans shocked, flabbergasted, and utterly befuddled. The approximately hour-and-a-half long political brawl between former...

Proposed designs for the second stadium include 14,000 seats, a field house, a banquet room, and enough space to hold playoff games.

Update: Katy ISD voters reject bond for second stadium, Ag center, STEM center

Emily Burleson, News Editor November 21, 2013

Residents in Katy ISD voted to reject a $99 million bond proposal that would fund a new football stadium and activities complex, an Agricultural Sciences Center and a STEM research and building center. Controversy...

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Bipartisanship

November 12, 2012

If ever a man should have been rewarded for his insights and foresight, George Washington should have been after warning the youthful Union of the dangers of the bipartisan political system, including...

Opposing viewpoints part two: Why I support Romney

Camryn Fuller, Staff Writer November 5, 2012

When it comes to politics, there are many different beliefs. One is never more right than the other, and everyone is entitled to their own opinion. My opinion is that Mitt Romney will be the salvation...

Opposing viewpoints part one: Why I support Obama

Trevor Nichols, News editor November 5, 2012

This November, Americans will vote whether to keep President Obama in office for another four years, or elect Governor Romney to the presidency. For the following reasons, I support re-electing President...

America needs a candidate who listens

Trevor Nichols, News Editor September 19, 2012

As my standard issue news chopper touches down at the school every morning, I have to stop and think- have I helped the American people enough today? The answer is always a resounding yes. As the County...

Texas’ unique primary issue

Taral Patel, News Editor April 5, 2012

Texans will cast their votes during early voting from May 14-25 or on the primary election day on May 29 to decide on the Democratic or Republican nominees for President, United States Congress, Texas...

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