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The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

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The Oldest College Weekly in America. Founded 1868.

The Colgate Maroon-News

Is Congress Great Again?

Is Congress Great Again?

Michael Hanratty, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Each month, Gallup asks Americans whether or not they approve of the work Congress is doing. Each month, fewer than a quarter of them respond in the affirmative. For nearly a decade and a half, Congress’...

Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Help Iranian Protesters?

Annabel Morris, Executive Editor November 4, 2022

Following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, anti-government protests have been met with violence by the Iranian government. Estimates of up to 233 deaths as a result of these clashes show that Iran’s...

Global Market Forecast: Stormy, Stormy, Stormy

Richie Rosen, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for markets across the globe.  To that end, it’s been a rough year for markets on the whole, but the recent weeks in particular have seen quite a few negative...

American Conflict Over Ukrainian War

Robert “Jerry” Pfeifer, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

At Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D- NY 14th District) city hall meeting on Oct. 12, protestors who appeared to be former supporters heckled and exclaimed, according to videos widely circulated...

The Crumbling Ideal of Canadian Healthcare

The Crumbling Ideal of Canadian Healthcare

Dylan Shi, Special Projects Manager September 30, 2022

Americans disenchanted with their nation’s inaccessible healthcare system frequently point to Canada’s system as a poster child, but any Canadian can tell you that our reality is far from ideal. Even...

Italian Elections: Legacy of Fascism is Back in the Spotlight

Fabrizio Montisci, Assistant Commentary Editor September 23, 2022

Over the course of the last few days, a little under five million Italian citizens living abroad received two electoral cards in the mail: a red one, for the Chamber of Deputies, and a blue one, for the...

The Rising Global Energy Crisis

The Rising Global Energy Crisis

Robert “Jerry” Pfeifer, Contributing Writer September 9, 2022

On Sept. 2, Russia cut the European Union off from its energy giant Gazprom PJSC’s Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline for the second time this year.  It's a move the EU says demonstrates Russia's weaponization...

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