Posts Tagged ‘president’

Twitter Trump’s Fireside Chats?

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the American public in roughly 30 speeches held over the radio. Those speeches captivated millions of listeners as they drew comfort in his, what would be dubbed, “fireside chats.” Roosevelt would talk on topics ranging from plans to deal with unemployment and the…

New President, New Changes, New Problems

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

On Friday, September 29, Saint Xavier University inaugurated our twentieth president, Dr. Laurie M. Joyner.  At 10am, SXU’s Shannon Center was a sea of red as student leaders and athletes sat in the bleachers to watch the ceremony. But it wasn’t just students in the crowd. Members of the surrounding…

Why is Nobody Listening to the Scientists?

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

If we were having a conversation about carbon dioxide in the air, whom would you trust more: a scientist or a politician? The clear answer seems to be the politician, but in today’s society of skepticism, the answer is often the politician. Throughout President Trump’s 100 first days in office,…

Why You Need to Watch the Presidential Debates

Saturday, October 1st, 2016

If you live in the United States of America, then you know that the first Presidential Debate occurred on Tuesday this week. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump stood side-by-side, answering some of America’s biggest and most important questions regarding what they will do if elected president. Watching the Presidential debates…

Hillary Clinton’s Health: Stop the Rumors

Friday, September 16th, 2016

On September 11th while attending a 9/11 memorial ceremony, Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton abruptly left the ceremony, appearing to be faint or fainting while waiting for her motorcade. No big deal, right? It happens to everyone. But of course, people had to take the issue too far. It was…