Inauguration Day is upon us. There’s a lot at stake for Donald Trump, and a lot to keep track of for those watching at home. We have you covered with a schedule of the day’s events and insight from faculty about Trump’s inaugural address—including whether he’s likely to extend an olive branch to his dissenters.
Political science professors William Mayer and William Crotty examine the importance of political conventions and whether party platforms matter to voters and candidates.
As the Republican presidential contenders engaged in a full-court press of campaigning ahead of today’s New Hampshire primary, a group of 17 political science students and three professors were in the Granite State on Sunday to experience it first-hand. We talked to senior Nick Beek, the former president of the university’s Political Science Student Association and current president of the Northeastern University College Democrats, to discuss what he observed.
A conference on the president’s first two years featured panelists from universities throughout New England
As the nation prepares for the upcoming midterm elections, it is unclear what effect the recently founded Tea Party movement will have in the voting booth. Here, William Mayer, associate […]