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Alumni E-News

Stentor Election Day issue draws student interest

With many students poised to vote for the first time in this presidential election, the Stentor editorial team decided early on that the national event was an opportunity not to be missed.

Students were eager to write about the candidates and the voting process for the Election Day issue of the student newspaper. 

“The controversial campaigns have spanned several months,” Editor-in-Chief Camille Lemieux ’17 said. “We felt that students should have a place to voice their political opinions and that the Stentor would be a solid starting point.”

On election night, students gathered in the Mohr Student Center to watch the results come in. “It was my pleasure to see that some had picked up copies of the Stentor when they entered the building,” Lemieux said. “The newspaper facilitates dialogue between and among communities. We hope, as we do with every issue, that dialogues will continue to take place surrounding the topics covered.”