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Election escapades: Examining experiences and impacts of the 2020 election

Election escapades: Examining experiences and impacts of the 2020 election

Fareen Dhuka and Laney Chang November 20, 2020
The 2020 election has surmounted both voting records and expectations of many members in the St. John's community. The Review Online put together a special election package featuring stories of students, faculty and alumni in Congress to showcase the tremendous influence politics has on and off campus.

Midterm election offers seniors first opportunity to vote

For some seniors, this year's election is their first opportunity to vote. Video Crew spoke to some seniors who have already voted and plan to vote.
Many teachers, such as U.S. Government and Politics teacher Russell Hardin, incorporate politics into their curriculum.

Teachers foster political discussion in classroom

November 5, 2018
Several history teachers incorporate politics into their respective courses. Copy Editor Sophia Lima covered three such classes, and Online Editor-in-Chief Sophia Kontos spoke with history teachers about the integration of politics in the classroom. 

Political clubs promote education, inclusivity among student body

Fareen Dhuka and Abigail Poag November 5, 2018
Political clubs like Young Liberals Organization, Young Conservatives Club and St. John’s Political Education Club are key parts of student engagement in politics.

Students volunteer, intern with political candidates

Izzy Andrews and Lily McCullough November 5, 2018
In an era of increased political activism, several Upper School students have interned for local and national campaigns that align with their beliefs.
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