Last week, Think was at Ralph Nader’s appearance at Stony Brook, urging students to get involved and be engaged. Before he took the stage, we sat down for a conversation with the activist, attorney, and four-time presidential candidate.
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By Najib Aminy The three hours Ralph Nader spent one evening in mid-March at Stony Brook University encapsulated his life-long fight—his call for justice, one that continues to drive him[...]
With the political process collapsing around us and corporations rising to positions of power previously thought unattainable, who among us will awaken the voices of millions of students nationwide? Ralph Nader of course.
The Student Activities Board’s accomplishment in bringing Aziz Ansari and Immortal Technique to Stony Brook in the same week highlights what can now be called a successful transition from the[...]
Contrary to popular belief, not all presidential candidates are in support of the $700 billion Wall Street bailout plan. A dedicated and passionate coalition of local community leaders and candidates are leading a fight against what they have termed, “The bailout of casino capitalists.”
After reading your article last week on Obama and McCain’s policies towards gays and lesbians I was surprised to see that you never mentioned Ralph Nader as a candidate or any of his policies toward the gay community.