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What You Are Thinking: Where Do We Go From Here?

With the historic election day behind us, MBU Timeline staffers conducted spot interviews throughout the main campus, asking students, faculty and staff the question, “Where do we go from here as a nation?” Here are their responses. 

11-15-16jillburroughsboygradientPhoto by Jerica Drago — Graphic by Gillian Burroughs

What You Are Thinking: Where Do We Go From Here?

With the historic election day behind us, MBU Timeline staffers conducted spot interviews throughout the main campus, asking students, faculty and staff the question, “Where do we go from here as a nation?” Here are their responses. 

Photo by Jerica Drago — Graphic by Gillian Burroughs

Who Can We Believe in this Presidential Election?

As we make the final turn toward the home stretch of this painful election season, many voters are still wondering exactly how we got here. The barbs and accusations keep flying, mud continues being slung like never before in recent history, and policy discussions remain vague. In the final installment of our continuing series, our MBU Timeline bloggers write about these “Faulty Arguments” that are too often being sold — or attempted to be sold — as truth to an electorate that needs to be informed like never before.

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Who Can We Believe in this Presidential Election?

As we move inside two weeks before the Nov. 8 election, many voters are still wondering exactly how we got here. The barbs and accusations keep flying, mud continues being slung like never before in recent history, and policy discussions remain vague. In our continuing series, our MBU Timeline bloggers write about these “Faulty Arguments” that are too often being sold — or attempted to be sold — as truth to an electorate that needs to be informed like never before.

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Graphic by Josh Shands

Who Can We Believe in this Presidential Election?

As both candidates for president faced off one final time before the Nov. 8 election, we hoped for civil discourse and discussion of policy. And we got that — for about 20 minutes — before the childish banter returned to the same old accusations we’ve heard for the better part of a year now. Our MBU Timeline bloggers write about these “Faulty Arguments” that are too often being sold — or attempted to be sold — as truth to an electorate that needs to be informed like never before.

burroughs-graphicGraphic by Gillian Burroughs

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