Georgetown Invites Student and Public Engagement in the 2016 Election

Georgetown Invites Student and Public Engagement in the 2016 Election

On September 13th, Georgetown University sought to examine some of the major forces at play during this election season in the panel discussion, “Faith, Anger, and Trust in Campaign 2016,” which was co-hosted by the Georgetown Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and the Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown University.

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The Political Experience: Getting Millennials Connected to Campaigns

The Political Experience: Getting Millennials Connected to Campaigns

Situated just miles from downtown Cleveland, Ohio, John Carroll University is in the epicenter of electoral nirvana every four years. Presidential candidates, their vice presidential running mates, and campaign surrogates make it a habit to visit Northeast Ohio. But this year is different: Cleveland was on the world stage as the host city for the Republican National Convention (RNC). Our students, who are typically engaged in politics, wanted to be involved in this historical event.

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Marquette Law School Poll Goes Beyond Politics to Serve Mission

Marquette Law School Poll Goes Beyond Politics to Serve Mission

As part of its mission, Marquette University Law School seeks to serve as a modern-day public square, a place where important issues can be debated seriously and with civility. Marquette’s broader mission as a Catholic and Jesuit university compels the Marquette Law School Poll and Franklin to go beyond questions of which candidate is ahead and why. 

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