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Students and faculty react to Trump’s second impeachment acquittal

Following former president Donald Trump’s acquittal of inciting an insurrection on Feb. 13, students are feeling the aftershock of his divisive presidency and concerned for the future of political discourse, level headedness and civility.

Trump’s legal troubles persist following second acquittal

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer The Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump on Saturday, Feb. 13 in his impeachment trial for inciting the riot...

OPINION: Unethical Senators within Trump’s impeachment trial

The Senators in the impeachment trial did not behave in the court of law as they should have.

Everything you need to know about Trump’s second impeachment trial

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer The impeachment trial of former president Donald Trump began in the Senate on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Trump was charged with inciting...

OPINION: Why the Trump Impeachment Trial was dead before it began, and what Democrats can do

On Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 1 p.m., the United States Senate convened to try former President Donald Trump for inciting the riot that occurred on Jan. 6.

The progression of Trump’s second impeachment trial

By Ariel SteinsaltzCorrespondent On Jan. 13, Donald Trump became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached for a second time, only a week...

Students react to Trump impeachment hearing updates

The House of Representatives officially passed an article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, Feb. 1. The Senate will begin the trial after allowing two weeks for President Biden’s cabinet hearings.

Trump impeached for second time with only seven days left in office

Today President Trump has become the first president to be impeached twice, after a majority ruling in the House. While this historic impeachment does not remove him from office, it is the first step leading to the Senate trial which will grant Congress the opportunity to bar him from ever holding public office again, as well as potentially removing his post-presidency pension benefits and secret service protection. 

Ripple effects follow Capitol attacks, rumors of second impeachment linger

After the desolation of the Capitol building during a recount of votes from the 2020 presidential election on Jan. 6, the following days have brought a chaotic end to the presidency of Donald Trump.

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