The inauguration: A ‘rebirth’ for America

By Megan Cavanaugh Gray clouds encompassed the Washington Mall outside the capitol building as crowds gathered, perform­ers warmed up their vocal chords, military men and women in uniform seating the special guests attending, quiet moments hung in the air before the announcer’s voice began and erupting cheers bellowed from the crowds below, but outside the … More The inauguration: A ‘rebirth’ for America

Opinion: Obama leaves a legacy of progress

By Kaci Schneidawind On the night of Tuesday Nov. 8, 2008, the free world changed forever. This historic night saw the election of America’s first African-American president, Barack Hussein Obama. His victory was just the beginning of a presidency that would be defined by progressive– sometimes controversial– agendas and actions. President Obama entered office during one … More Opinion: Obama leaves a legacy of progress