The total attendance for the rally was around 13,000. Sanders hit on all of his major policy proposals, including Medicare for All, the senator’s signature plan to establish a single-payer health care system in the United States.
Warren and Sanders First Two Presidential Candidates to Propose Student Debt Relief
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders became the second Democratic presidential candidate to release a plan to address the student debt crisis on Monday—Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren released her own plan in late April.
Sanders and Warren Continue Revolution at Boston Rally
1,600 Bostonians packed into the Orpheum Theatre on Friday night to attend the Our Revolution Boston Rally. Both Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at the rally about the need for continued change in America.
How to Deal With Gun Control
“The country can and should implement measures to prevent people who intend to harm people with firearms from obtaining them.”
BC Faculty Donated Exclusively to Democratic Campaigns in 2014-15
FEC data from 2014-15 showed that BC faculty members donated exclusively to Democratic causes, with Hillary Clinton the overwhelming presidential option.
How Free Tuition Would End College Competition
“By instituting free tuition, public universities will lose the competitive edge that makes them so elite.”
Why Clinton Isn’t Inevitable
“The best thing that Sanders can do to get ahead of Hillary is to accentuate their differences.”
A Generation Decides: The Millennial Hunt For Meaning in Politics
First-time voter Madeleine Loosbrock takes a closer look into the politically uninvolved generation.
Why Bernie Sanders’ Policies Make Sense
The ‘socialist’ policies of Bernie Sanders make economic sense. His proposals will save money, increase the freedom of businesses, and encourage entrepreneurship.
Why I’m Not Voting
When looking at reasons to vote, it’s important to understand the difference between purposeful passivity and just being indifferent to the election itself.