Women sing along as thousands pack the streets for the Women's March on Washington rally outside the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. (Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Students join voices in D.C. Women's March

"Women’s rights are human rights" — that’s the message made clear by thousands of pink-hatted demonstrators who marched through Washington, D.C. Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump.





Following Election Day on Nov. 9, the fear of having to pay out of pocket for contraceptives set in and resulted in higher Google searches for 'birth control,' 'planned parenthood' and 'IUD.' If President-elect Donald Trump decides repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act, many will women will have to pay out of pocket. DN Photo Illustration File
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Future of Affordable Care Act

Change is inevitable when Trump takes office in 2017. One major change that will have a large impact on students is the potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare.


Vice President-elect Mike Pence said he wasn't offended by a message about the need for diversity delivered from stage by an actor in the Broadway musical "Hamilton." President-elect Donald Trump, however, still criticized the cast and demanded an apology to Pence. Samantha Brammer // DN File 
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Trump again slams 'Hamilton'; Pence says he wasn't offended

NEW YORK (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump, in the midst of choosing his Cabinet, took time out Sunday for a second day to criticize the cast of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" and demand an apology for a message an actor delivered from the stage to Trump's running mate about the need for diversity in America. But Vice President-elect Mike Pence said he wasn't offended by the message.



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Gubernatorial candidates on the issues

The gubernatorial race has had been a lot more civil compared to the presidential race while focusing on the issues. Democrat John Gregg, Libertarian Rex Bell and Republican Eric Holcomb are all on Indiana’s ticket for governor and the last day to vote is at the polls on Nov. 8.


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Senate candidates on the issues

Ball State students will be able to cast their ballot for candidates who want to represent Indiana in the United States Senate on Nov. 8 if they haven’t already through early voting. The race is between Democrat Evan Bayh, Libertarian Lucy Brenton and Republican Todd Young.







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