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Election Q&A Helps Students Sort Through ‘Primary’ Concerns

Alger (at center, in glasses) and Miller (seated) staff a question-and-answer table for students.
Alger (at center, in glasses) and Miller (seated) staff a question-and-answer table for students.
The next informative event? A mock presidential debate, with students doubling as national candidates.
The next informative event? A mock presidential debate, with students doubling as national candidates.
The faculty member talks one-on-one with Sarah E. Ruhlman, a Web and interactive media major from New Oxford.
The faculty member talks one-on-one with Sarah E. Ruhlman, a Web and interactive media major from New Oxford.

Students with interest in this confusing, contentious and altogether compelling presidential election year found helpful information at a Wednesday Q&A in the Bush Campus Center hallway. Organized by the Residence Life Office, the event featured Craig A. Miller, assistant professor of history/political science, and Resident Assistant James S. Alger, an aviation maintenance technology student from Campbelltown.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer