Political Science

Who was the real JFK?

An update from Rianna, a sophomore: I was honestly not looking forward to this class. I didn’t really know much about former President John F. Kennedy; I simply knew that he was assassinated in Dallas and that we had a museum about him somewhere downtown. I’ve also never really been into modern history… anything after 1900 gets a bit too political for me, and I’m just not interested enough to follow along. But this class is so much better than I expected. The professors, first of all, are amazing. Their knowledge on Jack Kennedy, his family, and various conspiracy theories is outstanding, and their enthusiasm for the subject is contagious. I never expected JFK's life to be so full of [...]

2013-10-01T13:47:34+00:00 October 1st, 2013|Generation Y Studies JFK's Life and Times|

Big change in plans

As part of the political science course "Law, Politics and the Supreme Court," students and Political Science Associate Professor Joe Kobylka are spending spring break 2011 in Washington, D.C. The students are conducting research on Supreme Court cases at the Library of Congress.

2011-06-29T20:03:02+00:00 March 17th, 2011|Supreme Court Spring2011|