The Kenyon Observer’s first live-blog of a presidential debate appears below! Note: the opinions expressed in this post are the author’s. Pre-Game Tonight’s Presidential debate will be taking place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y, moderated by Candice “Candy” Crowley of CNN. The candidates will be taking questions on both foreign and domestic policy,”town-hall style,” from 82
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Tonight, Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad kicked off the Center for the Study of American Democracy’s conference with a keynote address on the question of whether or not the United States should promote democracy abroad. Khalilzad, an international relations expert, served as the United States’ Ambassador to the United Nations, Iraq and Afghanistan under the Bush administration.
In conjunction with Social Justice Week at Kenyon, the Kenyon Observer will be running a series of posts on the topic throughout the week. We will feature posts from contributors tackling the issue from different angles. Start thinking about what social justice means to you, and keep an eye out for what it means to