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Where you read it first | Monday, April 15, 2024

Spencer Christiansen


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2020 Vision: Super Tuesday shakes things up

As the dust settles after the biggest single day of voting for the Democratic primary contest,the field looks dramatically different than it did just days before. To begin, there are fewer candidates.Notable moderate challengers Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the race before Tuesday,perhaps ...

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2020 Vision: What is electability?

If one word were to sum up the tension of the 2020 Democratic primary race, it would have to be “electability.” Beating Donald Trump in the general election is forefront in the minds of democratic voters. Ever since the beginning of the race, discussions about the candidates' platforms have ...

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Get off campus guide: Music is in the air

If your midterms aren’t too overwhelming, the upcoming weeks are a great time to get off campus and enjoy all of the live music that Boston has to offer. There are two very different concerts happening later this week. On Wednesday night, up-and-coming rapper Lil Tjay will be performing at the Paradise ...

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2020 Vision: Calm before the storm

After the New Hampshire primary, the Democratic primary election is approaching a significant tipping point in Nevada, South Carolina and on Super Tuesday. After these contests, the race will likely have a distinct frontrunner, and some candidates may drop out if they fare too poorly.Currently, there ...

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Get off campus guide: Art art art

If you feel like leaving your room despite the howling winds and sub-freezing temperatures, taking in a little of Boston’s rich art scene might warm you up, at least intellectually. The city offers many different venues and types of art to the public, from galleries to museums, but I tried to find ...

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2020 Vision: Iowa reporting fiasco

After months of anticipation, Iowans caucused in school gyms, churches and union halls on a freezing Monday evening, officially kicking off the 2020 presidential contest. As I watched the coverage of the antiquated form of ‘voting’ that somehow persists in Iowa, I was not filled with interest or ...

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