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Econ Professor Reflects on 2018 Congress Bid

Econ Professor Reflects on 2018 Congress Bid

Isabella Bruni, Managing Editor

December 7, 2018


Filed under Features

Prior to Election Day, I reached out to Anthony Pappas, an economics professor running for Congress, in hopes for an interview — I never heard back. But last week I received a handwritten letter addressed to the  Torch office, it was from Pappas and he was ready to talk. Despite only seeing a...

Students have Mixed Emotions after 2018 Midterm Election

Students have Mixed Emotions after 2018 Midterm Election

Alana Loren Bethea, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018


Filed under Features

Nov. 13 marked one week since the United States Midterm Election. At the one-week mark, St. John’s students expressed their opinions on the outcome of the election and why they decided to vote. Derek Klingel, Junior How do you feel after this midterm election? “I’m feeling a little nervous because I don’t think the democrats are going to be ...

SJU Reflects on Midterm Elections Results

Dayra Santana, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under News

Nov. 13 marked one week since the United States midterm election. At the one-week mark, St. John’s students gathered in the D’Angelo Center to discuss the outcome of the election and what will come next. Dr. Diane Heith, professor and chair of the Department of Government and Politics, conducted the post-e...

Midterm Elections Recap

Midterm Elections Recap

Isabella Bruni, Managing Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under News

Just last week, New York residents had their chance to cast their votes for candidates running on the federal, state and local levels for positions in the New York State Senate, New York State Assembly, Congress and more. St. John’s is located within the 14th Senatorial District, 24th Assembly Distri...

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