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How to stay politically active after the walkout

How to stay politically active after the walkout

By Max Rosenblum, Politics Editor

May 22, 2018

In the aftermath of the National School Walkout on March 14th and the March for Our Lives on March 24th, students might find themselves short of ideas surrounding how to continue their political activism over the coming months. Although another march has yet to gain a national profile, The Dial has ...

George Latimer defeats Rob Astorino in heated race for Westchester County Executive

George Latimer defeats Rob Astorino in heated race for Westchester County Executive

By Max Rosenblum, Assistant Politics Editor

November 13, 2017

  Democrat George Latimer emerged victorious this past Tuesday, Nov. 7, after beating out two-term incumbent Republican Rob Astorino in this year’s race for Westchester County Executive. Although local pollsters showed Latimer up just three points in late October, Westchester’s democrati...

We need to promote the peaceful transition of power

By Max Rosenblum, Guest Writer

December 18, 2016

Many people, including me, are displeased with the result of the 2016 presidential election. Liberals and anti-Trump voters have taken to the streets of New York City and other cities across the nation to protest this outcome they see so threatening. I believe that it’s time for activists to put an...

A case for Trump: the policy behind his brazen campaign

By Raghav Chopra, Assistant Politics Editor

October 18, 2016

Note: The Dial seeks balance in its coverage, which is especially true in regard to partisan topics and politics. Given an earlier Dial article criticizing Trump (September 2016 issue), it was difficult to find voices on staff in support of the presidential candidate. While this piece explores Trump...

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