The San Jose Mercury News interviewed Politics Professor Steve Woolpert about the four candidates vying for the termed out seat of State Senator Loni Hancock.
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Twenty-one-year-old Evelyn Minaise, an outstanding student majoring in politics and the editor-in-chief of the Collegian, Saint Mary’s College’s student newspaper, has been selected as the valedictorian for the 2016 graduating class.
Politics Professor Steve Woolpert was among several experts quoted in a Contra Costa Times story on the chances of Bernie Sanders upsetting Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee.
Politics Professor Steve Woolpert was interviewed by KCBS reporter Doug Sovern about President Obama’s options in nominating a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Antoni
The San Francisco Chronicle interviewed Politics Professor Steve Woolpert about the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
The Press Enterprise spoke with SMC Politics Professor Steve Woolpert about whether California’s June presidential primary will make a difference in the race for the White House.
Politics Professor Steve Woolpert's comments on climate change garnered the top spot in
School of Liberal Arts Dean Steve Woolpert was interviewed by the Contra Costa Times about the Republican winner of the East Bay's 16th Assembly District.
Saint Mary's Dean of the School of Liberal Arts Steve Woolpert was interviewed by the Catholic News Service about the low voter turnout during the midterm election.
The recent visit of Syrian peace activist Mother Agnes Mariam to Saint Mary's was covered by th