The promises Obama made to the American people, I believe, were fulfilled to the best of his ability.
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama arrived at the National Hurricane Center Thursday near the University’s Modesto Maidique Campus to receive the annual outlook for the upcoming season.
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On April 8, President Barack Obama signed two executive actions designed to address pay inequality, signing the Equal Pay Act.
Twenty-five young African leaders from sub-Saharan nations will visit the University this summer in a public management program as part of the Young African Leaders Initiative that received a $100,000 grant from the Washington Fellowship.
Some students think minimum wage isn’t enough, but an economics professor thinks otherwise.
President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010. Three years later, the controversy and confusion regarding its implications continue.
On August 23, President Obama suggested that law schools should consider eliminating their third year to reduce the cost of earning a law degree. The university’s law community considers the option of a two-year law degree.
President Obama announces a new college affordability and rating system. The system would rate colleges on factors including graduation rates and graduate earnings, favoring students who apply to high-performing colleges by giving them better rates on their student loans and more in their Pell Grants.
As the United States considers intervening in the Syrian civil war, the political divisions in Washington mirror the divisions among University professors and students.