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Ross Green

Ross Green is the Campus Voices editor for Sweet Home Politics, currently majoring in senioritis at The University of Alabama.

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Why Campus Matters

April 21, 2014   |   By Ross Green     |   Campus Voices

The Campus Matters section of Sweet Home Politics has been designed to serve as a statewide forum chronicling issues surrounding higher education from the perspectives of students, professors and professionals at Alabama’s colleges and universities. We believe that the cultures established at the state‚Äôs universities and colleges have a long term impact on the state.Continue Reading

Intern — Because It Matters Today

March 19, 2014   |   By Ross Green     |   Campus Voices

Hours before most of us would normally hit the snooze button, 20 high school and college students trickled into a sanitized room, where the only thing animating the beige walls were the smiling faces of professional organizers. It was a Saturday morning in Montgomery, and, with a few months out before election season kicks off,Continue Reading