Personal perspective: Team feels like family

CHALLENGE — The debate team encourages one another during preparations and tournaments. Photo provided

Debate welcomes students from every major who are looking to work hard and take on a new challenge The glowing numbers of the digital clock read 2 a.m. That means four hours of sleep. But more work is waiting. This is an average tournament night for the Liberty University debate …

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Final presidential debate sparks discussion on foreign policy

Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. played host to the third and final presidential debate Monday night between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney. The fourth and final debate, moderated by Bob Schieffer of CBS News, concentrated on issues of foreign policy. Schieffer introduced the debate by recalling of …

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Obama, Romney argue domestic policy

Republican nominee Mitt Romney and incumbent President Barack Obama turned up the heat once again during the second presidential debate, hosted at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. During the town-hall-style discussion over foreign and domestic policy, issues ranged from the current state of the economy to Libya and everything in …

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Lehrer loses during debate

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney had the first of three scheduled debates on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Most viewers came away with their own opinion about who won the debate and why. Some say Obama was more composed, others say Romney made better arguments. As I watched the debate, I could …

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