The Agnes Scott community waited with bated breath in the Hub for the 2012 presidential election results on Nov. 6. Photos by Amy Pipher and Lizzie Booher.
by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online Pres. Barack Obama won the 2012 presidential election yesterday. He defeated former Gov. Mitt Romney in the electoral college, 303 to 206.
by Kelsey Gay Managing Editor, Content Complaint: I want lower taxes! Ryan’s Reponse: If you want lower taxes, the U.S Government can’t just lower taxes; they have to cut out of control spending. This is something that Ryan, Romney, Biden and Obama all agree on. The spending needs to go waaay down. Complaint: We need […]
by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online One of the highlights of the Oct. 16 presidential debate was Mitt Romney’s oddly phrased answer to a question about how he would address pay equity for women. The Internet took the phrase,”binders full of women,” and ran with it. Behold the Tumblr entitled, “Binders Full of Women.” On […]
by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online After Mitt Romney said he would cut federal funding for PBS despite saying, “I love Big Bird,” during the Oct. 3 presidential debate, the Internet and media have exploded with memes, tweets, and other defenses of the network and its iconic yellow-feathered giant bird. This culminated in the appearance of […]
by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online The 2012 presidential election is a month away and to honor the upcoming event, The Profile is going to post an Election “D’oh” each week. To kick us off right, we’re going with the now-classic Mitt Romney gaffe about “47 percent” of the American population. Bonus: Inspired by Clint […]