Our first female presidential nominee has actively been involved in our government for over 30 years, and with that number, Hillary Clinton’s dedication and experience is proven. Here are just five -- of many -- reasons why #Imwithher. On Nov. 8, 2016, I will be casting my vote for our future president, Hillary Clinton.Read More
On Nov. 8, I will vote for Donald Trump. I admit that Trump is far from perfect, and his past is sprinkled with words and actions that are simply wrong. However, despite what much of the media would have us believe, this election is not so much about the past as it is about the future. I support Trump because he offers a hopeful future for the United States, particularly in the following five ways.Read More
Shield Media sent a five-question survey via email to the Rochester College community, including traditional students, CEL students and all employees. The survey was voluntary and anonymous; each participant had to use his or her RC email address to submit a response; and each person could only respond once. The survey was open from Oct. 12–20, 2016, and 264 people submitted their responses. Here's what we found:Read More
“I’m very concerned for the future of America.”
This phrase is the type I have been hearing for almost a year and a half now. The citizenry of the United States look at the 2016 presidential election cycle and ask what have we done?
In this climate of dissatisfaction, it is no wonder that the citizens of this country are wondering whether the United States is coming apart.Read More
The presidential election in November has been described as “the lesser of two evils” with each candidate being perceived by U.S. citizens as lacking the qualities needed to be president. A Gallup poll from Sept. 14-18, 2016, found that only 25 percent of U.S. citizens think that Donald Trump would be a “great” president and only 33 percent think Hillary Clinton would be a “great” president.Read More
Today America has seen apathy play a role in the electoral process causing 40 percent of Americans to not participate at the polls. At one point in history, Americans believed the right of voting was worth dying over as many fought for this cause. Why in recent years has that changed?Read More