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Amanda Ward '21 and Nora Cornell '21 campaign for Elizabeth Warren.

Students Learn from Iowa

Students have different experience campaigning for politicians
Caroline Hardy, Editor Emerita February 7, 2020

A contingent of 67 students from all four grades along with 13 teacher chaperones returned from Des Moines, Iowa on Tuesday, February 4. The group spent the three days prior canvassing, meeting, and rallying...

Super Tuesday erupts in MN: A student’s perspective

Brendan Barrow and Bennett Mattson, Staff Writers March 10, 2016

When compared to any other form of democracy, caucuses in 2016 can best be described as one word: chaos. After spending several hours with dozens of neighbors crammed into a small classroom, debating countless...

from left: Rachel Eggert ‘19, Ben Lee ‘19, Kyle Swing ‘18, Deborah Weiss, Nick Crosby ‘18, Zoe Zellmer ‘17, and Elizabeth Opp ‘18 watch Hillary Clinton speak along with Bill and Chelsea Clinton.

Clearing up caucus confusion

Students travel to Iowa to volunteer for '16 election
Jack Barker and Maxine Whitely February 4, 2016

A check on a ballot. Though it is commonplace for Americans to vote in the presidential election every four years, the caucuses leading up to the nomination of a Republican and a Democratic candidate has...

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