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OPINION: Politicians shouldn’t abuse populism

Populism by itself doesn't necessarily hurt the country — but politicians misusing it can.

HANNA YUZYUK, Evergreen columnist

September 16, 2020

You can be far away from politics and all of the dirty games connected to it, but you have heard at least once in your life about populism. Politicians enjoy accusing each other of being populist and using people to get their career's highest level. At first, I was confused, because there are many...

OPINION: The pineapple pizza predicament

For some people, the pineapple on pizza debate is a bloody, pitched battle of flavor combinations.

SARAH DANIELS, Evergreen columnist

July 8, 2020

Gordon Ramsay already settled the debate on whether pineapple belongs on pizza: it doesn’t. However, there are still some people who swear it isn’t an abomination to pizza-kind. My biggest dislike is the sweetness of the pineapple. I understand the pairing — cheese and fruit is a classic pairing,...

Scholars discuss voting politics in a pandemic

Scholars discuss voting politics in a pandemic

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen reporter

April 17, 2020

Political scientists discussed the politics of voting in a pandemic and possible voter suppression during a Thomas S. Foley Institute online forum Thursday. Cornell Clayton, WSU Foley Institute director, said recent Wisconsin elections presented both technical and political challenges posed by the ...

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