Articles By: Stanley Godfrey

Should I Protest?

Should I Protest?

  by Stanley Rex Godfrey Should I protest? That is a question I have been asking myself ever since the beginning of the 2016 election. I think all parties of the U.S. political spectrum would agree this has been an ugly few months. With all the major issues at stake and such different opinions on all platforms, it has been […]

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Hundreds gather in the Westin Hotel watch election results

Five parties; zero smiles

by Stanley Godfrey The streets were anxious in Seattle on election day this year. Every bar, store, and house had the election on the TV as families and friends watched. I journeyed around the buzzing city with my friend, a political science major, as well as others in the local political scene. As we went ’round to different events that […]

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Everyone is putting the mask on

Coulrophobia

by Stanley Godfrey, Anna Schactler, Ethan MacLaren   Coulrophobia [kool-ruh–foh-bee-uh] an abnormal fear of clowns. A wild election, hurricanes and storms everywhere. Americans have experienced a lot of chaos in the past few months.To add on to this madness, clowns have been roaming the streets. This new fad, known as “Scary Clowns”, “Killer Clowns”, or “The Clown Epidemic” has become […]

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