Protestors Gather at the Arch Against President Trump’s Immigration Ban

Photos by Nick Hummel Across the country, people gathered in protest following President Donald Trump’s executive order on January 27th which denied entry into the United States for nationals from seven predominately Muslim countries: Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Iran and Iraq. The ban revoked about 60,000 visas. In Athens, Protestors gathered in a show of solidarity with immigrants and refugees. The most notable was the … Continue reading Protestors Gather at the Arch Against President Trump’s Immigration Ban

Hunting for the Hispanic Vote

BY MONICA VEGA Since the beginning of the rise of the Hispanic population in the 1980’s, a pattern in voting has remained unchanged: Hispanics tend to vote Democratic. No Republican candidate since 1980 has gained a majority of the Hispanic vote. Furthermore, the number of Hispanics in the US has been steadily rising. No one can credibly deny the impact of the  [1]. For this … Continue reading Hunting for the Hispanic Vote