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George Santos Expelled from Congress

George Santos Expelled from Congress

(Photo courtesy of The New Yorker). “George Santos outside a Manhattan courthouse.” Eric Schultz Connector Staff When the United States House of Representatives has 435 members, it can be hard for individual members to stand out from the crowd and be notable. Some Representatives, such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, are seen as the voice of their

Analyzing the 2023 United States Elections and What They Mean for 2024

(Photo courtesy of WSHU). “Freestanding sign that reads ‘VOTE HERE’.” Eric Schultz Connector Staff On November 7, 2023, Americans in several states took to the polls to cast their votes on Election Day. Generally speaking, odd-numbered election years in America are considered to be less important than presidential or midterm election years because of the

Coffe and Cotton employees go on strike at Mill No. 5

(Photo courtesy of Steven O’Hara). “Coffe and Cotton employees striking outside of Mill No.5.” Eric Schultz, Lydia Robert and Connor Malito Connector Contributors On October 4th, Coffee and Cotton employees walked out to protest the working conditions and managerial mistreatment. For the residents of Lowell and surrounding towns, Coffee and Cotton is a beloved establishment

The United States faces possible government shutdown

(Photo courtesy of New Santa Ana) “United States Capital Building in Washington, DC.” Eric Schultz Connector Contributor As has happened several times in the past, the United States federal government is close to a government shutdown. This shutdown is set to happen on September 30 if the yearly federal budget cannot be passed, which sets

President Joe Biden possibly facing impeachment

(Photo courtesy of Livingston County News) “President Joe Biden listening in on an important meeting.” Eric Schultz Connector Contributor Last week, Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy announced that an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden would be launched, with the first public impeachment inquiry hearing scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 28. McCarthy and the House