The public ceremony of the 57th Presidential Inauguration on Jan. 21 will mark President Barack Obama’s second term in office. The ceremonies will air live from Washington D.C. on multiple channels.
President Obama and republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will face each other in a series of presidential debates on Oct. 3, 16, and 22.
President Barack Obama’s plan for birth control has turned into an issue with extensive concerns. This policy would require that employers provide health insurance plans that cover the cost of birth control pills to their female employees. This plan would also include females who work at religiously-based organizations.
An issue of “The New Yorker” released on Feb. 6 features President Barack Obama enjoying what appears to be a football game on TV. The image on the television screen, however, displays GOP presidential hopefuls Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney battling it out for the nomination.
Each year, the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement in the Division of Student Affairs organizes the event and is responsible for bringing NSU organizations together in the spirit of community service.
It seems that a lot of people relate certain words with the president ― like “change.”
In October, an Associated Press poll reported that 44 percent of college students approve of President Barack Obama’s on-the-job performance. This is a 16 percent drop from a poll taken in May 2009. We asked NSU students: Why do you think President Obama has lost popularity among college students?
How many of you have been fired or laid off in the past two years? The economy has been in the toilet for more than two years. The more jobs that are lost, the more drops into the economic bowl.
On Aug. 31, President Barack Obama announced that the combat missions in Iraq were over. In his second speech from the Oval Office, the president recognized American soldiers, their families and all other civilians, for their patience during the war. He also said that the Iraqi people and its government will be able to count on the U.S.’s support in restoring the country.