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Photo Brief: Impassioned students react to presidential election results

Alex Alduncin (left, chair), Victoria Reyna (center, second vice chair), and Nicole Marcos of the UM College Republicans watch live streaming election results during their POL400 class Tuesday night. Nicholas Gangemi // Staff Photographer

Junior Ronald Fox, a political science and international studies major, reacts to the announcement of President Barack Obama’s re-election at the WVUM watch party in the UC Lower Lounge. President Donna E. Shalala made an appearance at the beginning of the party. Fox has worked on the campaign with the ‘Canes for Obama organization. Holly Bensur // Staff Photographer

 

November 7, 2012

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