Monthly Archives: November 2012

Photo Blog (By: Lesia Witkowsky)

For this website, I am the sole photographer and part of a team of 4 copy editors.  I’ve never had either of those responsibilities before, but I’m ready to give them all I’ve got. So far things have just started … Continue reading

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Income Inequality (By: Laura Howe)

Income inequality in the United States is in the spotlight for the upcoming presidential election. However, other countries around the world are plagued with a similar problem “This is happening in every country- a top-end pulling away,” Director of the … Continue reading

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K-12 Education (By: Sasha Hayman)

Throughout my research regarding Obama and Romney’s standpoints on the many issues surrounding K-12 education, I came across an article on LifeSiteNews.com about a comment President Obama made in his State of the Union speech this January that outraged a … Continue reading

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Looking Beyond the Abortion Debate (By: Caitlin Furin)

When it came time to choose story ideas for Election Connection, I hesitated in picking women’s rights. In my realm of friends and contacts, I hadn’t heard much about women’s rights in this election. I had watched the debates and … Continue reading

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