In the most recent presidential election we were faced with a situation in which one candidate secured the majority of electoral votes while the other won the popular vote.
In the early hours of Nov. 9, Donald J. Trump was declared the winner of the 2016 presidential election. This was a result completely unexpected by most of the media and the Democratic Party.
A live Facebook video feed from protester Atsa E’sha Hoferer, on Oct. 27 showed a long line of protesters face-to-face with police in riot gear attempting to push the protesters back.
As the election season winds to a close, the time has come to judge each candidate based on their record, temperment, and positions in total. In this column, we deliver our final verdicts.
When I first saw the New York Times article titled, “An Open Letter to the Woman Who Told My Family to Go Back to China” pop up on my Facebook newsfeed, I was delighted.
Despite our individual political convictions, the editorial board of the Fordham Observer holds the collective vision of a more socially-forward political climate.
“What’s the difference between Black and African-American?" This question first popped into my head in my first semester of community college.
We review the candidates' stances on drug polices and the war on drugs.
It is irresponsible for millennials to not register to vote.
On Sept. 2, between 150 and 180 million Indian workers walked out of their jobs.