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You’d be better off lighting your money on fire than giving...

Liberty Vittert, Washington University in St Louis Alright, you want to make this country a better place for yourself, your children and the many generations...

Germany enters political no-man’s land as Angela Merkel wrestles with election...

Daniel Hough, University of Sussex Angela Merkel is in trouble. Serious trouble. Negotiations to form the next German government have collapsed dramatically. Quite where the...

Democrats’ sweep of Virginia shows the state is moving beyond its...

Toni-Michelle C. Travis, George Mason University In its first election since Trump became president, Virginia gave Democrats a sweeping victory. This one-time swing state and...

Why police reforms rarely succeed: Lessons from Latin America

Yanilda González, University of Chicago President Donald Trump’s appointment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions has led people to speculate about the fate of recent police...

Will women vote for women in 2018? It depends on if...

Leah Ruppanner, University of Melbourne; Christopher Stout, Oregon State University, and Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State University The 2018 elections promise to be the “Year of...

Most expensive race in House history turns out nearly 58 percent...

Jeffrey Lazarus, Georgia State University I’m a political science professor living in Georgia’s Sixth House district, where Republican Karen Handel eked out a victory of...

President Macron marches to parliamentary majority in France

Mabel Berezin, Cornell University “Bien joué” – or “well played” – was sprawled across a picture of Emmanuel Macron on the cover of the newspaper...

How Vulnerable to Hacking is the US Election Cyber Infrastructure?

Richard Forno, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Following the hack of Democratic National Committee emails and reports of a new cyberattack against the Democratic Congressional...

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Student success: why first year at uni is a make-or-break experience

By Sally Kift, James Cook University Starting first year at university can be a daunting experience and a big adjustment for new students. Some adjust...