Andrew (’20) is the Editor-in-Chief. He is a political science major and history correlate. He has worked as an intern at MSNBC, a political reporter for Chronogram Magazine, Inside Sources and City & State NY, and has been published in the Poughkeepsie Journal and Psychology Today. He also plays on the varsity squash team.
Editors Andrew Solender, Teddy David, Yinguang Zhao and Henry Mitchell analyzed every claim in the Disorientation Guide and fact-checked them. What they found was a publication riddled with inaccuracies.
Nobody in Washington is more plugged in than Bertrand. She says Democrats triggered impeachment due to genuine constitutional duty, the Inspector General investigation will have something for everyone, and Trump wins reelection.
Editor-in-Chief Andrew Solender lays out the heated campus discourse over Israel-Palestine in the wake of Students for Justice In Palestine's disruption of a talk by Israel advocate Hen Mazzig (Graphic by Adlai Brandt-Ogman)
The 78-year-old democratic socialist is on his way to losing his second presidential race in a row. Should he hand the reigns of the movement he built to a younger successor?
A breakdown of the 2020 Democratic primary in the run up to Super Tuesday
We polled 358 registered voters at Vassar on the 2020 election, politics and policy. Here's what they had to say.
A cursory analysis proves that staff abuse by men in Washington gets reported on constantly. This undermines Klobuchar defenders' allegations that the coverage of her alleged abuse is gendered.
The billionaire former mayor of New York City has only been running for two months, is skipping the first four primaries and was initially viewed as a long shot. That's no longer the case.