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First presidential debate of 2020 election

First presidential debate of 2020 election

(Photo courtesy of Brian Snyder/Reuters Images) U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden participate in their first 2020 presidential campaign debate in Cleveland Cassandra Milnes Connector Editor  By now, almost everyone has either seen the first presidential debate or seen the jokes being made about it. A little after 9 p.m. on

SGA presidential, trustee candidates take on hard questions at debate

SGA presidential candidates Rob Callahan and Lisa Degou discuss campaign topics. (Matt Dwyer/Connector) Andrew Sciascia Connector Editor With Student Government Association’s election season coming to its close this week, the candidates for president, vice president and student trustee have been all over campus establishing a dialogue with students and doing everything they can to promote

British debate talks about immigration in the U.S. and E.U.

 One by one, students for the opposing team began to stand, trying to get a quick word in before the argument was over. They were waved to sit down by the speaker arguing in favor of the U.S. The event was a debate against the Cambridge Union Society from England who were arguing favorably for

Evangelical Baptists stir debate on South Campus

Michael Caizzi Connector Staff If you walked through South Campus last Wednesday, you may have seen a student holding a sign that read “I eat ass-Jesus” and another waving a Communist flag. You may have heard student’s chanting “bullshit!” You may have seen several men yelling to a large crowd that evolution was a lie,

Stiff competition at the annual student-professor debate

Al Gentile Connector Editor DISCLAIMER: NONE OF THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY STUDENTS AND PROFESSORS AT THIS EVENT NECESSARILY REFLECT THEIR ACTUAL VIEWS ON THE GIVEN SUBJECT “It’s a good thing to get the students and professors on a more personal level,” said Danielle Brouder, psychology major and president of the Political Science Club. On Wednesday

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