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ANALYSIS: Should we watch the presidential debates?

ANALYSIS: Should we watch the presidential debates?

Kylie Brown, Staff Writer September 28, 2020
Presidential debates have become a mainstay in the election process, and this cycle is no different. Debates can also be confusing, and while I will obviously be watching, I wanted to ask some of Mercer’s own experts what they think about presidential debates and whether or not they believe debates will have any impact on you as a voter. 
Mercer University holds a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of its planned medical school campus in Uptown Columbus on the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Photo provided by Mercer University Marketing Communications

NEWS RUNDOWN: Mercer expands med school, Tarver installs commuter lounge and students phone bank for Biden

Emily Rose Thorne, Editor in Chief September 26, 2020
Mercer University and its students have been busy since the fall semester began. Here’s a rundown of some of the top news stories from campus and beyond.

Audio Story: Inside the Iowa Caucus

Mary Helene Hall, Staff Reporter February 14, 2020
What exactly is a caucus, and what makes it so different from a primary?
Back in November, Donald Trump speaks out about

Why Conservatives should ban Trump

Austin Paul, Contributing Writer March 31, 2016

Editor's Note: The following opinion was submitted by Mercer College of Republican Co-chair Austin Paul The rise of Donald Trump has left many conservatives with nowhere to turn. We have been forced...

Chris Grant, Drew Bryant, and Desirrae Jones hold up signs for Bernie Sanders during their time at the Iowa caucus.

Bringing Back Mercer’s Democrats

Emma Peel, Staff Writer February 10, 2016

Mercer University’s chapter of the Young Democrats is back in action this spring semester. After the 2012 presidential election, the chapter deteriorated and ceased to exist due to a lack of student...

President Obama should seek Congress approval

President Obama should seek Congress approval

Jordan Price October 1, 2014

In 2008, the war-weary American public elected Democrat Barack Obama by a sweeping 7 percent margin that saw the Illinois senator winning a landslide 365 electoral votes to Republican John McCain’s 173....

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