Unbeknownst to some, Washington, D.C. was an actual swamp long before shady, self-serving politicians made it home. Politicians being classified as such isn’t a partisan issue, although anyone familiar with my opinion knows I’m more sympathetic to conservative thought.
Nearly 100 days into his presidency and President Donald Trump ’s poll numbers are at a historic low. According to an ABC/Washington Post poll, 42 percent of people say they approve of Trump’s job performance thus far, contrasting with the 53 percent who disapprove.
In early April, Tesla surpassed both Ford and General Motors to become the most valuable American car company, valued at around $53 billion. Over the last decade, the market has seen dozens of “green” car companies rise and fall, so why has Tesla been able to withstand the test of time?
The Senate Finance Committee, buttressed by challenged warnings that any mandated increase would cost jobs, killed, 7-3, a bill that would have raised the state’s minimum wage from the federal minimum of $7.25 to $8 in 2018, and to $8.50 in 2019.
University community leaders now find themselves in a similar position to the one they were in last July as they work to maintain a safe environment on campus while keeping channels of public dialogue open for students.
The two Baton Rouge police officers involved in the shooting death of Alton Sterling last summer will not be charged, according to an official announcement made by the U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday.
University alumna Hope Gutwrench has her hands full working in print shops in both Baton Rouge and New Orleans, while maintaining a postcard project she started as an undergraduate student along with teaching letterpress printing classes.
As graduation draws near, many students will find themselves wondering what’s next after their time here comes to a close. Even though your dream job may not fall into your lap right away, it’s possible to land the position you never thought you could.