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Macrae Hammond ’14 (M.S. ’15)
It takes a small army of volunteers to host the Vice Presidential Debate–about 1,000 in total, including almost 700 students. The general of that army: a hyper-organized font of Lancer pride and bottomless energy named Macrae Hammond ’14 (M.S. ’15).

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Photo by Michael Mergen, assistant professor of photography
Debate Countdown: Life On The Trail

Art 495: On The Campaign Trail is perhaps the most distinctive and remarkable of more than 30 courses on campus this fall that have been created or redesigned to incorporate debate themes.

The NAACP Protest on the steps of Prince Edward County Courthouse, 1961.
A Place That Has Shaped A Nation

It’s America’s first two-college town, a place where the final hours of the Civil War unfolded and a student strike helped launch the modern civil rights movement.