The presidential debate at the University of Miami has sparked many remarks from the Universitys faculty, community leaders, guest lecturers, and local news media. They have commented on the debate itself as well as the issues that the candidates are facing during the campaign. Check this page regularly for new postings.
ability to win the competition to host a debate is a real coup for the
university and its dynamic president, Donna Shalala.
asked for the first debate and we got the first debate. Thats the
one that everybody watches. The whole world is going to be watching on
wanted to make sure that the person who will lead us for the next four
years understands about Native Americans.''
media coverage will be huge. Print and broadcast reporters from all over
the world, major newspapers, wire services—they’re all going
to be here; you can count on that."
debate has the potential to highlight the fact that Miami has come of
age as a global city, with forward-thinking people living within a multicultural
environment that speaks to our new century with hope."
people in Miami and South Florida are likely to pay attention to the campaign
and to the buildup to the debate. We’ll have a far more intimate
look at the hoopla and media attention that surround this event."
debates are decided, even at the highest level, by debaters who either
fail to answer or fail to capitalize on an opponent’s missed opportunity."
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