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Finding Liberty in a Third Party

Finding Liberty in a Third Party

By Rachel Rivers, Contributing Writer

September 21, 2016


Filed under 2016 Election, News

In a contentious election season where Democrats and Republicans are frustrated in their choice of candidates, some NYU students are turning to the alternative appeal of the Libertarian Party.

College Republicans Drama Tests The Future of GOP

College Republicans Drama Tests The Future of GOP

By Richard Shu, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

From the highest marks of the party itself, all the way down to the grassroots college-level efforts, Trump has cleaved a divide between those who stand up for the principles they believe in, even if it means betraying their party, and those who would rally behind an egotistical, lying braggart if only to keep their trembling elephant standing a little longer.

Trump Controversy Reaches State Level

Trump Controversy Reaches State Level

By Diamond Naga Siu, News Editor

September 19, 2016


Filed under 2016 Election, News, Top Stories

The New York College Republicans Federation has been plunged into controversy as Cornell Republicans threatened to sue SPS senior Eli Nachmany for decertifying the club after it officially endorsed Libertarian Gary Johnson.

Can your third-party vote really make a difference?

Can your third-party vote really make a difference?

October 29, 2012


Filed under Opinion

The presidential debates are done and, in most states, the registration process to vote is over. Now, we can really start to think about whom we will elect for office. We students may be excited to vote for the very first time. Perhaps aside from the time we begin college, the time we first vote is...

Libertarian Gary Johnson encourages students to ‘waste vote’

Libertarian Gary Johnson encourages students to ‘waste vote’

September 19, 2012


Filed under News

Presidential candidate Gary Johnson spoke at the Rosenthal Pavillion on Tuesday. Joining Gov. Johnson was Gov. Jesse Ventura, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Lisa Kennedy and Kristin Davis of Eliot Spitzer fame. NYU College Libertarians organized the event. According to President of the club William Cromarty,...