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Photo of the Week: UDEBATE Elections 2016

UDEBATE, the University of Miami debate team, held an open discussion Tuesday evening in the Shalala Student Center. The forum gave students a chance to voice their opinions about the candidates for the upcoming presidential election and the issues prominent in their campaigns. This week’s photo was captured by staff photographer Kawan Amelung.

Freshman Courtney Kloepper argues her position regarding the role Planned Parenthood plays in advocating women's health during UDEBATE's open discussion Tuesday evening in the Shalala Student Center. The forum gave students a chance to talk about the candidates for the upcoming presidential election and the issues prominent in their campaigns. Other issues discussed were the effects of increasing minimum wage and Bernie Sanders' refusal of large campaign donations. UDEBATE, the University of Miami debate team, is open to any undergraduate student and hosts various on campus events throughout the year including public debates, intercollegiate tournaments, and presidential debate viewing parties. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Freshman Courtney Kloepper argues her position regarding the role Planned Parenthood plays in advocating women’s health during UDEBATE’s open discussion Tuesday evening in the Shalala Student Center. The forum gave students a chance to talk about the candidates for the upcoming presidential election and the issues prominent in their campaigns. Other issues discussed were the effects of increasing minimum wage and Bernie Sanders’ refusal of large campaign donations. UDEBATE, the University of Miami debate team, is open to any undergraduate student and hosts various on campus events throughout the year including public debates, intercollegiate tournaments, and presidential debate viewing parties. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

December 2, 2015

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