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Rumors and conspiracy theories about the 2016 presidential candidates

Anthony Patruno, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Features, Online Exclusives

While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both found ways to earn their respective nominations for this year's presidential election, there are many rumors and theories circulating about both candidates ranging from how legit thei...

The Libertarian party: Gary Johnson

Sydney Freeman, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Features, Online Exclusives

Due to the upcoming election, MHS students are learning about alternative candidates to the two main party figures.  One such alternative is former New Mexico governor and Libertarian Gary Johnson. Both major party candidates of th...

Conversing with CNN

Michelle Fong, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Online Exclusives

Towards the end of the Hofstra program, there was a panel of CNN reporters who had discussed with us the role of social media in campaigns, specifically in this election of 2016. In 2008, Obama leveraged Facebook pretty well as it w...

From notification feeds to Newsday

Grace Cresser, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Online Exclusives

While attending the 2016 Presidential Debate at Hofstra University, we were able to attend a media panel with journalists from Newsday and Sirius XM. The panelists offered their opinions and predictions on the election between ...

Issue alley- a journey of political participation

Angelica Radomski, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016

Filed under Election 2016, Online Exclusives, Uncategorized

On August 21st, I opened my mailbox to see a an email from Mr. Bachman. Subject: “First Presidential Debate at Hofstra University.” No way! I was one of the lucky few who were selected to attend the debate on September 26th. ...

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