Rutgers students, faculty react to recent Democratic Debate

October 18, 2019

While most of the audience trickled out after the second commercial break, many stayed. Some who remained, though, said staying helped put a fresh perspective on policy and ideas. 

“I’ve found (staying) worthwhile,” said Mathilde Roux, an Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy graduate student. “The beginning of the debate kind of lost me, since it was hashing out stuff we’ve already talked about but I felt like the middle part of the debate had a lot of news questions and new thoughts on old questions I felt was really worth listening to.”

Daily Targum, October 17, 2019

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