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Presidential Debate Watch Party

Join us for a digital discussion surrounding the final 2020 Presidential Debate on Thursday, October, 22, 2020 via Zoom.

Professor and chair of the humanities department, Dr. Heather Norton, will lead this free, virtual event. Every four years, Dr. Norton teaches Political Campaign Communication as a special topic course. This online event will be a place to watch the debate together and share analysis. Please note that this is a nonpartisan event. The conversations will focus on the candidates’ debating skills and tactics and what the American public can learn from the process. This is not a forum for campaigning for a candidate or arguing about their policies.

Click here to register and for more information. The Zoom link will be sent in the registration confirmation email.


2020 Virtual Homecoming

Thank you to everyone that participated in Fontbonne University’s virtual Homecoming celebration, October 2 – 4, 2020.

If you missed the festivities or would like to relive the excitement of this year’s virtual celebration, visit the Event Recording website to view the digital recordings of the events.


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