From Mohammed to Teach for America, the most popular stories that ran this year on Campus Progress.
Senator Reid keeps hope alive for DREAM Act’s passage this year.
From where we sit, Nancy Pelosi deserves immense credit and respect for her outstanding achievements as Speaker of the House.
Yesterday, I testified at the public meeting held by the Department of Education regarding the implementation of a regulatory definition of gainful employment.
Campus Progress is opening up the application process for Spring 2011 staff writers! Applications due Nov. 20.
The message from young people to politicians? Give us a reason to vote and we will.
In an effort to call out the xenophobic message of a new conservative ad, Campus Progress Action produced a parody that has created a lot of buzz in the media. Now the makers of the original ad are on the attack.
On CBS’ Washington Unplugged, Sara introduces the veteran newsman to Mr. Shawn Carter.
The out-of-touch talk show host says that young people don’t know anything and should just stay home this November. Well, we’ve got news for him…
Campus Progress’ Sara Haile-Mariam was on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown this morning, discussing VoteAgain2010 and the prospects for youth turnout in the 2010 midterm elections.
As Mediaite reported yesterday, “Glenn Beck is completely unraveling over the fact other people are having rallies on the National Mall.” Well, not just ANY other people, more specifically, the “dangerous” people behind the One Nation Working Together March taking place this weekend.
Campus Progress welcomes its new Fall 2010 staff writers! Look out for exciting new content from this group of talented individuals.
“Jeff from Connecticut” got more than he bargained for when he challenged a Campus Progress staffer on C-SPAN.