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UPUA Debate: It Can’t Hurt to Ask

The University Park Undergraduate Association’s first presidential debate for this year’s elections will be held tonight from 8:00-9-:00 p.m. in the HUB’s Alumni Hall. As with any debate, the candidates need something to argue over. That should be your cue to use the link below and send in a question to be asked.

UPUA Debate : Question Proposal Form

What’s that saying? “If you’re thinking it, someone else probably is too.” Yes, that applies here. If an issue regarding Penn State and UPUA is of importance to you, take the time to propose a question for debate. Make yourself heard.

For those who haven’t been following the UPUA election season, here is the list of presidential and vice presidential campaign tickets. You can pose a question to one, two, three or all four of them:

– T.J. Bard/Courtney Lennartz
– Travis Salters/Maggie Quinn
– David Adewumi/Sri Pisupati
– Joe Grimes/Tyler Wentz

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