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The students of the Lafayette Communications Union will host a special session with discussion and analysis during the third Presidential debate at 8:45 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 17, in the auditorium of Kirby Hall of Civil Rights.

The session is free and open to the public. Featured panelists will be James M. DeVault, associate professor of economics and business; Matthew S. McGlone, associate professor of psychology; and Elisha J. Nixon, assistant dean of studies.

Cosponsoring the event are two other student organizations, the Kirby Government and Law Society and College Republicans.

The Communications Union is a special-interest living group in Keefe Hall, Lafayette’s newest residence hall. Founded this year, the organization is dedicated to fostering effective oral communication practices useful in daily, academic, business, competitive, and future stages of Lafayette students’ lives.

The officers, all sophomores, are co-presidents Emily Murphy of Center Valley, Pa., and Brandt Siegel (Marysville, Ohio); secretary Alison Hindenlang (Randolph, N.J.); and treasurer Crystal Taylor (Hyattsville, Md.).

Other members are junior Amy Carson (Pennington, N.J.);sophomores Chris Alworth (Lincroft, N.J.),

Kenya Flash (Coopersburg, Pa.), Jessica Held (Pottstown, Pa.), Caitlyn Kelleher (Springfield, Va.), Jake Sims (Brentwood, Tenn.); and first-year student Michael Lestingi (Tallmadge, Ohio).

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