Jeff Kagan

Articles

Maryland will move to the Big Ten

The University of Maryland accepted an invite to the Big Ten Conference Monday to ease its financial concerns — but the move has also raised more questions about the school’s motivations.


Party politics pollute nonpartisan races

Although state judicial elections are officially nonpartisan, candidates’ political histories and outside organizations’ fundraising have called into question the influence of political parties on the election.


Jeff DeLuca, class of 2012, Matt Hughes, graduate student, and Greg Steele, senior  are all political science majors who have entered the political world.

UNC spawns young politicos

Former and current UNC students are jumping headfirst into the world of politics — managing campaigns, leading political organizations and volunteering with grassroots efforts.



GOP voters struggle to rally behind one nominee

As the Republican presidential primaries continue this week, each of the four candidates is trying to win the appeal of a fickle electorate. GOP voters have so far struggled to coalesce around a nominee, and each candidate has experienced fleeting momentum. But Mitt Romney could stake his claim for the nomination this week with strong showings in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri.