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TV network’s campaign history bus rolls up here

Meher Hans, Editor in chief

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Students pictured (left to right): Freshmen Urvesh Sukai, Brian Hoskins, Max Fischer, Nicholas Trivett, Sammi Ditto, Rosina Beritela and Haley Russo

 

Freshman government students attend an information session on the C-SPAN network’s Campaign 2016 history bus Nov. 10. A representative informed students of the network’s mission to serve as a database for unbiased information, adding that the website’s video library is available for public use. The C-SPAN bus changed the students’ views on the network, freshman Urvesh Sukhai said. “Now that I know that it’s something I can use, I will definitely start to use it more often,” he said.

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