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Political party

October 4, 2012 1:00 PM

Photos by Cheryl Gerber
newwave@tulane.edu

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Students have a laugh while watching the first televised debate of the 2012 presidential campaign on Wednesday (Oct. 3). The event, which was organized by the Tulane Political Science Department, included discussions moderated by political science professor Brian Brox. Similar events will be held for the remaining presidential debates.


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Brian Bickers, Amelia Conrad and Lindsey Curewitz have a conversation before the debate. Students were invited to use their laptops and mobile devices to participate in real-time polling of their reactions to the debate.

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Professor Brian Brox, who moderated the evening's discussion, hands out instructions on how to participate in an online survey.

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