With the NC primaries coming up on March 15, students at Western Carolina University have different views and thoughts about the candidates, elections, and foreign policy. Some are impatiently waiting for the voting process to begin. “[Foreign policy] is fundamentally important to every single election…there are 192 other countries that the president will be a symbol for. Foreign […]
In this edition of WCJ Wheekly we go over the results of the primaries so far and the results of Super Saturday. Stay tuned weekly for more episodes of WCJ Wheekly Update.
On Thursday, March 3, WCU’s Center for Service Learning and The Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF), with help from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) American Democracy Project, presented ‘Intentional Conversations’, a panel discussion designed to get students excited about voting in North Carolina’s upcoming March 15 primary. “Change is slow, but the first effective […]
The new North Carolina voting laws and what possible effects it might have on the election process were discussed during the panel organizer by the WCU Political Science Department (PSD) marking the celebration of the Constitution Day. The room was packed with students and local people wanting to hear what will happen on the elections in […]
Hear what students at Western Carolina University say about why they voted in the 2012 presidential election and how they think President Barack Obama’s re-election will affect them. Shot by Anthony Bouthillette, Heath Brown, Jenna Englert, Tanner Morris, Pratana Muong, Sherry Rigby, Janson Silvers, Michael Smith, and Jarrett Wilson. Reporters: Alisha Lambert, Ariel Rymer, Rebbeca Ziglar, […]