“People are deciding to vote not because their vote has a material effect on their future, but because the act of voting signals something to themselves and others,” says Scott Huettel, chair of psychology and neuroscience at Duke.
Scott Huettel in Duke Today
Clinton Campaign in Kerry Haynie in Duke Today
Women earn 17 percent less per week than men, according to federal data. Aaron Chatterji, associate professor at the Fuqua School of Business, leads a discussion on this topic in his new podcast “Zeroing In: The Numbers Behind the 2016 Election.” Guests are Karin Agness and Liz Ananat, an associate professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy.
Military and U.S. Foreign Policy in Aaron Chatterji in the podcast "Zeroing In"
Gabriel Rosenberg in Lawyers, Guns & Money
“(I)t is important to recognize that Hillary, the believer in the Social Gospel, and women’s and children’s rights, is still the person whose core values have never changed. (And) she hopefully has learned how wrong it is to be so protective of her personal privacy.”
William Chafe writing in The News & Observer
“(T)oo often well-meaning folks on the left make deeply flawed and problematic arguments against gun rights, confuse correlation with causation and ignore that despite growing gun ownership rates, violence has been trending downward for decades.”
Graduate student Eladio Bobadilla writing for Campaign Stop