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Libertarians lose in 2018 without the GOP

Gary Johnson, the former Libertarian candidate for president, speaks at a campaign event in Los Angeles Oct. 19, 2016. (Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

By Noah Manalo | For The Pitt News

January 11, 2018

After a year of hurricanes devastating countries, terror attacks shaking citizens and a seemingly endless number of cultural influencers losing their reputations and their lives, many are looking to 2018 with a mixture of caution and optimism. But hopeless optimism isn’t limited to just apolitical hopes...

Pitt’s political clubs: left, right and in between

The Political Science Student Association hosted its yearly debate between the College Democrats and College Republicans last September. (TPN File Photo)

By Grant Burgman and Henry Glitz | The Pitt News Staff

May 30, 2017

As political protests and marches rocked campus last fall, Pitt’s campus political organizations reacted and changed with the rapidly shifting political landscape in Pittsburgh and around the country. Politically-minded students of all ideological allegiances became more involved and, in some cases, formed completely new groups. The Pitt ...

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