How a 1920s radio broadcast changed politics forever

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Politicians’ personalities all of a sudden started to matter more, and their ability to engage and entertain became crucial components of their candidacies. Only 100 people were listening, but the first broadcast from a licensed radio station occurred at 8 p.m. on November 2, 1920. It was Pittsburgh’s KDKA , and the station was broadcasting the results of that year’s presidential election. Read Full Story

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ICE has reversed its policy, but international students still need support

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I’m a former international student. While it’s been comforting to see people support us this past week, it’s frustrating that it took a visa crackdown for our struggles to be visible. I recently moved back to India after seven years as an international student on a F-1 visa, with the feeling that I left the U.S. just before things got worse. I could have never anticipated how true this would be. Read Full Story

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