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New beginnings for Political Science Club on campus
(since Nov, 2021) After a brief hiatus, the Political Science Club is back up and running at Iowa State thanks to Natalia Rios Martinez, a senior in political science and LAS Senator for
Experts: SCOTUS Case, Baker Decision May Shift National Legal, Political Landscapes
Dec 02nd, 2021 06:49 UTC UMass Lowell experts in politics and the Supreme Court are available today to comment on two breaking stories that could significantly alter the legal and political future of Massachusetts and the
Dozens of political science experts issue dire warning about retaining the filibuster
(since Nov, 2021) More than 150 political science scholars have issued a statement urging Congress to circumvent the filibuster and pass the Freedom to Vote Act.
Political analyst: With Gov. Baker out of the race, expect AG Maura Healey to run for governor
on 01st of Dec 2021 Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s decision to not seek re-election could be the tipping point that brings Attorney General Maura Healey into the race for the state’s highest office.
Rutgers experts speak on political implications of Build Back Better Act, likelihood of Senate passage
(since Nov, 2021) President Joseph R. Biden Jr. announced the passage of the Build Back Better Act in the U.S. House of Representatives. Rutgers professors discussed the likelihood of the bill getting approved by the
Pol science emerges as the most popular PG course in DU
(since Nov, 2021) University of Delhi (DU) released the first list for admission to 20 Postgraduate courses recently. While the University plans to release three lists, there have been a good number of applications.
UNK’s Political Science Department plans fireside chat on refugee crisis
(since Nov, 2021) With the fall of the Afghan government, many Afghan citizens have fled the country and come to the United States as refugees. Afghanistan, however, is merely one example among many
Lynn Schmidt: Lessons from the Felix Unger school of political philosophy
(since Nov, 2021) There was an episode in which Felix Unger, played by Randall, was defending his roommate, Oscar, played by Klugman, in a court of law. Felix was questioning a witness, who made an assumption about
UHV students form first political science student organization
(since Nov, 2021) Victoria’s first political science student organization as a way to explore their interests in law and criminal justice through activities outside the classroom.
Kshama Sawant to survive recall election, UW political scientist predicts
(since Nov, 2021) A local political scientist forecasts District 3 Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant will weather the storm that is next week’s special recall election.