Girls get a second season. K-Stew says dumb stuff. All the things we couldn't cover today.
As I stood with my friends in a crowd singing our nation's anthem, I felt lucky. I am lucky because I not only got to celebrate the election in a memorable way, but I also got to vote. I had a voice in our country's election.
Obama won last night. Four more years! Four more years! Some of you are totally stoked on the re-election, some of you may even be bummed. Where ever you stand on the political spectrum right now doesn't quite matter when there are so many ridiculous political gag gifts out there for all you red and blue girls.
The polls haven't been open for that long but various media sources are reporting voting issues in many of the key states.
If you are passionate about women’s rights and access to birth control, the most important thing you can do is vote. If you’re concerned about our country’s economic future, vote! It’s the easiest thing you can do to create change in the U.S.
CC extends our condolences to those who have been hurt or whose homes have been damaged due to the storm. Read on for more about Sandy, and the week's other top stories.
There are only 12 days until the presidential election and things are definitely getting (if they weren't already) heated. Two very important things happened this week that you should know about...
The phrase "horses and bayonets" instantly went viral and became the number one trend on Twitter in the US and the number three trend in the world.
Apparently football season is in full swing, because all the guys in my dorm are spending more and more time yelling at the TV. Here are the week's top stories.
How totally awesome it would be if we had binders full of men we could whip out whenever we needed a pick-me-up? I mean you could have one man to make you smile, another that is so pretty you want to die, one that is Ryan Gosling.
You'll live to hate me later when the highly catchy song is stuck in your head, but for now you'll be laughing.
So what exactly is a binder full of women? No, it's not something Tom Haverford has amassed.
Finally! This is the Obama we've been waiting for. That being said, I also think Romney held his own.
Yes, your mom attended the debate tonight and since you were a sucky kid and forgot to teach her how to use the camera on her phone (like you promised!), she had to whip out her store brand disposable camera.
These covers are all really different and whichever one you pick clearly says something about your personality.
I am frankly disgusted that anyone would target her for participating in the democratic process.
The future leaders of this country will be decided by citizens like you and me. If you're at all affected by our government's public policy (and whether you like it or not, you are), this is the perfect opportunity to make your opinion on our government count.
Midterm season already? Here's what you missed while you were crying into your books.
Two political bros, Jonny and Micah, present an acoustic-rap mashup called the "Romney Rap" in support of Governor Mitt Romney.
While other blogs are analyzing Romney’s victory, here are CollegeCandy we’re analyzing something different: Romney’s five sons.
Recent history and expectations were proved wrong last night when these anticipated roles of each candidate were, in many ways, reversed.
Following Romney's comments about the dependence of 47% of Americans on the government, Harry Reid again demanded that the Republican candidate release his tax returns, stating that Romney could very well be part of the "47%" that pays no income tax.
The video has been heavily criticized as extremely offensive, exactly the type of criticism Mitt Romney cannot afford this far into the race.
The presidential election is getting closer and more serious by the day. Whichever candid that wins will have a lot to handle. However, most situations can lend itself to a joke and the presidential election is no exception. Below are a collection of Election 2012 funny videos from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and YouTube.
With the Republican National Convention in full swing and the Democratic National Convention beginning in just a few days, Romney and Obama are presented with one final opportunity to frame themselves as the best choice for America before we vote on November 6.