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A Campus Divided? Students Weigh Election Decisions

Photo Illustration by Bryce Owen ’17 | Michael Ruta ’17, left, president of the Young Democrats, and Greyson Beck ’17, right, president of the Young Republicans, pose for a portrait.

Every four years, classrooms, hallways, clubs, and everywhere in between buzz with passionate and productive conversations about the issues facing our nation and which candidate offers the best solutions. Election cycles give students and teachers alike the opportunity to reflect on the importance of voting, and also demonstrate how classrooms, clubs, and alumni are immersing themselves in the election process. In this edition, the Roundup delves into these conversations and the wide array of opinions found on campus.


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