ESP Biography



ADAM MARTIN, BC Freshman studying Political Science.




Major: Political Science

College/Employer: BC

Year of Graduation: 2020

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

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Past Classes

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Elephant in the Room in Splash Spring 2018
In 2018, the Republican Party controls the White House, Congress, and most state governments. One would think it's easier to enact policies when the public and other branches are on your side. So then why have the Republicans struggled to reach a consensus in office on issues that they embraced so fervently on the campaign trail? This class seeks to explore this question by examining the Republican Party's history, how they exercise power, and how they can rally people to vote them into office.


Congress 101 in Splash Spring 2018
Congress is often talked about alongside the President, but what is it? What's the difference between a Senator and a Representative? Why does Congress matter? Wanna learn about it? This will give you a Crash Course 101 breaking down our government's legislative branch.


Commander in Chief in Splash Spring 2017
This hour-long class will discuss the American presidency. It will cover the powers granted to the President by the Constitution as well as how the President's role has changed during American history. We will be looking at a number of presidents such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, and others. By the end of this class, students will have an understanding of the type of office Donald Trump has inherited and how much he himself can influence it.


Commander in Chief in Splash Fall 2016
This hour-long class will discuss the American presidency. It will cover the powers granted to the President by the Constitution as well as how the President's role has changed during American history. We will be looking at a number of presidents such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, and others. The goal of this class is to encourage you to think about how the next President should act upon taking the Oath of Office in January 2017.