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The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

Being Right: Will Trump Run Again? Should He? No, and No.

Eddy Zhang, Commentary Editor September 23, 2022

Biden has practically handed the Republicans the keys to the White House on a silver platter: he’s delivered a cost of living crisis, a border crisis and a string of foreign policy failures that have...

What’s Left: Will Biden Run in 2024? Should He? Hopefully, and Yes.

Ilyas Talwar, Contributing Writer September 23, 2022

Ever since Joe Biden announced his candidacy in April 2019, much has been made of his age. Although a lot of what’s been said consists of attacks from the GOP, there’s a genuine question hanging over...

Being Right: A Simple Formula for GOP Victory

Michael Hanratty, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

With Labor Day behind us, the home stretch of the 2022 campaign has begun. For almost a year now, Republicans have believed that President Biden’s low approval ratings and sky-high inflation rates would...

What’s Left: An Unexpected Beacon of Hope for Democrats

Nya Herron, Assistant Commentary Editor September 16, 2022

With a thin majority edged out of Congress in 2021, it appeared the Democrats’ governing majority would likely be short-lived, with U.S. election history setting precedent for the likelihood of Republicans...

Being Right: Biden’s Attack on ‘MAGA Republicans’ is a Shameless Hit Job on His Political Opponents

Patrick Taylor, Staff Writer September 9, 2022

Last Thursday night, President Joe Biden took to an ominously lit Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pa. to deliver an address regarding what he billed the “Battle for the Soul of the Nation.” During...

What’s Left: Biden Ascendant: Taking off the Gloves, Calling It Like It Is for the Sake of Democracy

What’s Left: Biden Ascendant: Taking off the Gloves, Calling It Like It Is for the Sake of Democracy

Ilyas Talwar, Contributing Writer September 9, 2022

When President Joe Biden took office nearly two years ago, his press team seemed intent on moving past the divisive term that came before, going so far as to refer to the previous President Donald Trump...

What’s Left – Pain At the Pump: It’s Not Biden’s Fault

Reed Cleland, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

Whenever things go wrong, it is human nature to find someone else to blame. When those problems are national ones, who better to blame than the American president? It is inevitable that the president receives...

Being Right – The True Culprits of Inflation: Biden, the Fed and Pandemic Relief

Patrick Taylor, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

The topic of inflation — a subject bubbling just below the surface since 2020 — finally boiled over on April 12, when the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the consumer price index had grown...

Ketanji Brown Jackson Becomes the First African American Woman Supreme Court Justice

Danielle Silverman, Staff Writer April 15, 2022

On Thursday, April 7, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed to the Supreme Court, set to take Justice Stephen Bryer’s place when he retires at the end of this session. After attending Harvard Law...

Biden’s 2023 Budget: A Budget of Values

Reed Cleland, Staff Writer April 8, 2022

Thus far in his still-young presidency, President Joe Biden has been the object of widespread blame for high gas prices, soaring inflation and supply chain bottlenecks. He may never receive the political...

President Biden’s Budget Proposal is Unserious about Deficit Reduction

Michael Hanratty, Staff Writer April 8, 2022

On March 28, President Joe Biden released his proposed federal budget for the 2023 fiscal year, kicking off months of negotiations with Congress before a finalized budget is passed in the fall. According...

What’s Happening to the Supreme Court?

Samantha Wotring, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Over a year later, the ripples of the events of Jan. 6 at the Capitol continue to affect almost every aspect of political life in America. Separate lawsuits have charged extremist groups, including The...

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