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Trump likely to vilify socialists in 2020 election

This article was originally printed in the Feb. 11, 2019 issue of The Round Table.  Trump needs a villain. During his last campaign, he vilified Mexican immigrants and the Democratic establishment, hyper-sensationalizing the national dialogue in order to distract and manipulate it. In this past

Rock County Cannabis Referendum

On this November 6 election day, Rock County voters will be asked to vote for more than just their state representative or senator. This election, voters will be asked “Should cannabis be legalized for adult use, taxed and regulated like alcohol, with the proceeds from

Warren’s DNA Test Plays Into Trump’s Hand

To be frank, it is a mistake to presume facts still matter. That the Democratic Party continues to behave as though they do is a serious tactical blind spot, and indicative of a failure to grasp the political reality in which we currently live. Last

Truk’t: Bang for your buk’t?

Stepping under the emerald lights and enveloped in the velvet wallpaper, Truk’t and its friendly workers immediately welcome you into their bustling bar and restaurant. With a menu made for tequila and taco lovers, your taste buds are in for a tasty surprise. We started

Commons and DKs work incredibly hard to provide us food

Midterms are a time when students are both reflecting on everything they have learned so far and what their experience has been like so far in the semester. Many aspects of students day-to-day life have changed slightly since budget cuts affected the college this year.

Meet the horrifying new mascot for the Philadelphia Flyers: Gritty

Like a cross between Maurice Sendak drawing, a monster from Chinese mythology, and LA Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty has arrived. The first Flyers mascot since their 1976 representative, Slapshot (not to be confused with the current Washington Capitals mascot), leaving