Economic updates: from tariffs to credit risk

Economic updates: from tariffs to credit risk

In the midst of a nine-year economic expansion, popular market sentiment is confident, while medium-term uncertainty on financial obligations loom. Additionally, long term dollar hegemony looks increasingly uncertain with rising sovereign competition in economic growth and credit worthiness. “The narrative...
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Trump’s contradictions on climate change policy

Trump’s contradictions on climate change policy

How will a Trump presidency affect the state of the country and the world when it comes to global warming? How will his position on the environment specifically affect Florida, including our precious Everglades, unique coral reefs and beloved endangered...
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What now? New College stands together to respond to Election 2016

What now? New College stands together to respond to Election 2016

On Nov. 8, students were left reeling with the idea of a Trump presidency. When Nov. 9 hit, the campus was left with a new question: what now? “The country has always had some elements that are not, what we...
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Pro-Trump sign inspires clash of supporters and protesters

Pro-Trump sign inspires clash of supporters and protesters

The nationwide fervor over the presidential election has impacted Sarasota in more ways than one, but the debate over democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and republican opponent Donald Trump hit very close to home for many New College students last week....
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Trump accepts Obama was U.S.-born—but not without a new accusation

On Sept. 16, Donald Trump unveiled a new hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC, as well as a major reversal of opinion when he conceded that President Barack Obama was born in the United States. However, with the supposed...
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Election 2016: Top three moments we missed this summer

Election 2016: Top three moments we missed this summer

  Clinton pulls a trump card at Democratic Convention   On July 26, Hillary Clinton made history as the first woman to become the American Democratic nominee. On the final day of the Democratic National Convention, Clinton took the stage...
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Trump gains momentum, catching up to Clinton in the polls

This time last year, the prospect of Donald Trump inserting himself in the Republican primaries was funny. Now, the reality of a potential President Trump lingers as polls show the possibility of a nailbiter between he and Hillary Clinton. During...
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International opinions on a national disaster

  The United States is the world’s most influential nation. China may be closing in in terms of economic influence and now boasts the world’s largest standing army, but the United States’ 17 trillion dollar gross domestic product and interventionist...
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