Negative political advertising plays an important role, argues one expert. by Jessica Bachiochi
“Ought a convicted adulteress and her paramour husband to be placed in the highest offices of this free and Christian land?”
This was the question planted in newspapers by supporters of John Quincy Adams in the 1828 presidential...
Recent graduate Anjuli Kronheim '08, who majored in politics and minored in environmental studies at IC and graduated magna cum laude, is working with Green Corps in Iowa. The national organization places college graduates around the country to help communities improve their environmental responsibility, while giving the young activists a solid grounding in organizational work for...
Caitlin Burnett ’05 spends an eye-opening summer in Bangladesh working to help the disabled. by Greg Ryan ’08
Caitlin Burnett ’05 sat among the two dozen Bangladeshi women and children who had assembled on the straw mats in their village center. As always, she began the meeting by asking those gathered why they had come. One woman, crouching in...