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Nuclear–Iran Deal

By Elijah Nicholson-Messmer The UN’s nuclear watchdog reported that Iran is within the limits set by the 2015 Nuclear Accord, contradicting assertions by President Trump which insist Iran is in violation of the deal. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) charged with verifying Iran’s adherence to the set limits through inspections of the country’s nuclear facilities, reported that Iran’s stockpile of ... Read More »

Berea Students Joined the 2017 Historic Women’s March Across the Globe

By Talia Floyd The Women’s March took place on January 21, directly after President Trump’s inauguration and has claimed a spot as one of the largest protests in US history. The march’s theme echoed opposition to the deportment and political positions of incoming President Donald Trump. The march’s goal was “Protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our ... Read More »

Dr Karsonya Wise Whitehead Active past will inform an active future

By Talia Floyd Dr. Whitehead 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies            Dr. Karsonya (Kaye) Wise Whitehead is an associate professor at Loyola University Maryland in the Communication Department. Her teaching and research focuses on the intersections of race, class, and gender. Whitehead  is the Founding Executive Director of The Emilie Frances Davis ... Read More »

President Trump, obstacle or an opportunity for Standing Rock

By Talia Floyd On January 24 President Trump signed two executive orders advancing the construction of not only the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) but the keystone XL pipeline. This decision has quickly made Trump’s business interests in DAPL, one of the most contentious of several conflicts of interest. According to Forbes and Fortune, the President’s most recent federal disclosure funds ... Read More »

BC Students Reflect on the 2016 General Election Results

By Corey Bush News Writer On November 9th 2016, America woke up to the 2016 general election results. The Pinnacle had a conversation with Berea College students and their perspectives on the election. Charity Ryan ‘17 said, “I, as a woman, am very worried about Trump being the president. I fear for all of my friends who aren’t straight, white ... Read More »

“Donald Trump Not-My-President” Lexington Protest

By Corey Bush News Writer November 14th, 2016 was the central day for the rallies. Berea College Students over the homecoming weekend participated in anti-Trump “Not My President” protests in Lexington. A march was coordinated with police, effectively shutting down part of a street. Among the marching chants were: “The People United Will Never Be Divided,” “Dump Trump,” “Black Lives ... Read More »

Race for the White House

By Taylor Brown Associate Editor brownta@berea.edu The 2016 Presidential debate has had citizens of the United States on edge more so than any other hot topic. For the Republican side we have Donald Trump, and for the Democratic side we have Hillary Clinton. Before running for president Donald Trump was a businessman as well as a television producer. As for ... Read More »

Donald Trump Apologizes to America, SAYING “I Was Wrong.”

By Lenox, K. Editor-in-Chief On October 8, 2016 Republican Presidential nominee for the 2016 Presidential election Donald Trump issued a short video statement published by ABC news.com shortly after a 2005 leaked video went viral.  The video was first released by the Washington Post. Trump’s leaked tape included his comment about “groping” women in a discussion with “Access Hollywood” host ... Read More »

Countdown to 2016 United States Presidential Election

With less than 2 weeks to go, the 2016 U.S. Presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, with early voting starting on October 21 through November 7 for eligible voters. To be eligible to vote early one must meet one of the following qualifications: you will be out of your county on Election Day, November 8; you’re a military ... Read More »

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