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Musings on the Second Presidential Debate

On Sunday night, nearly 70 million people across the nation tuned into the second presidential debates for the 2016 election. The ratings dropped by around 20 million views from the last debate. Despite this, the debate did not disappoint, boasting over 90 minutes of both candidates stretching the limits of a family-friendly program. Between many

Faculty evaluates the presidential debate

The faculty panel addresses student questions at the end of the event. Photo by Tabarique Anwar Last Tuesday, September 27, an open-admission panel discussion assessing the first U.S. Presidential Debate took place in the Warch Campus Center Cinema from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The panel discussion had been conducted by Vice President for Diversity

Takeaways from the First Presidential Debate

Lawrence faculty, staff and students come together to discuss the debate. Photo by Billy Liu Last Monday, Oct. 3, Hofstra University hosted the first presidential debate of 2016, pitting Republican candidate Donald Trump against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. The debate covered a broad range of topics, mostly dealing with the security of the nation, growth