Sarah Grace and Lou Gentile raised more than their Republican counterparts.
About 20 people took part in the demonstration, holding up a banner and passing out fliers to passers by.
Thirty musicians have banded together to create music to "disendorse" Donald Trump.
Finding a time and place for difficult political and social conversations varies for athletes.
The event will give women the opportunity to discuss aspects of the upcoming elections with panelists from the political field.
Despite the growing presence of international students in the U.S., they have little say over the political decisions that may directly affect them.
Donald Trump's hurtful words exemplify what is wrong with the world.
“I told you, stick to the low blows. But no, you had to talk about the economy.”
Talking Politics: Students and faculty discuss respecting political opinions in the classroom settingBy Rebekah Barnes | Oct. 5, 2016
Constructive discussions can come from sharing fact-based political opinions in class
Clinton will speak at 11:15 a.m. at the west side of Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Tuesday.
Chuck's Collegiate Politics: The importance of voting and seeing Former President Bill Clinton speakBy Chuck Greenlee | Oct. 3, 2016
History is going to be made during this year due to the polarizing nature of the election.
The International Socialist Organization says there is an alternative to "voting for the lesser of two evils."
Hosted by Student Senate, the debate drew supporters of both candidates, packing an OU lecture hall.
Sarah Grace and Jay Edwards will take part in a town hall forum, hosted by Student Senate, on Sept. 27 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is calling for free tuition for families earning less than $125,000 a year, but not all are convinced the plan is best for American taxpayers.
President Obama has failed to pass legislation on environmental protection despite noting its importance in his last State of the Union address
Chuck's Collegiate Politics: University of Chicago’s letter about trigger warning largely misunderstoodBy Chuck Greenlee | Aug. 29, 2016
Safe spaces have no effect on those uninvolved despite University of Chicago’s letter.
Sarah Grace and Jay Edwards, candidates for Ohio’s 94th District, will participate in their first public forum in October.