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Politics in “Gangnam Style”

BY NICK IRONSIDE // OCT. 24, 2012 // Many view Gov. Mitt Romney as an intellectual businessman who has a plan to get the United States out of its deficit. Members of the Republican Party nominated him as the man to defeat President Barack Obama in the Nov. 6 election. But the Web site portrays a different Romney than […]

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What’s in it for Me?

BY NICK IRONSIDE // OCT. 3, 2012 // The first of three debates between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney is at 9 tonight. If you plan on voting, consider putting video games aside for an hour-and-a-half. Forget campaign commercials, reports that Obama leads in the polls, or that Romney has a better plan for this or that issue. Tonight […]

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Take ‘Care’ in Your Vote

BY NICK IRONSIDE // SEPT. 10, 2012 // If you plan on voting in the November election, it’s a good idea to be well versed in the candidates’ positions. Whoever you end up voting for, your decision should be based on what matters most to you. Is college debt an issue in the front of your mind? Probably. Are you concerned about […]

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In Search of a Student Debt Plan

BY NICK IRONSIDE // APRIL 12, 2012 // I have a gripe about America’s education system. The worst part of it is called “college debt,” and I’m pretty sure others feel the same way. When my dad left Cambridge University (England) in 1983, he was free. Free from any college debt. His parents didn’t have to save for years on […]

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@BarackObama: Keep Social Media Presence #ItWorkedIn2008

BY NICK IRONSIDE // FEB. 23, 2012 // An unprecedented political move that championed President Barack Obama’s campaign in 2008 is already being used heavily for the 2012 election. Obama’s decision to make social media a priority of his last campaign paid sweet dividends. But how will his Republican opponents use social networking sites like Facebook, Google+ and Twitter to […]