Photo taken by Brea Fowlkes Serving as backdrop for the media center, fountains, benches and campus buildings align themselves. It was there that Amit Zenou, a former Hofstra University student currently studying abroad in Israel, detailed her passion for the upcoming debate.   “I really feel like in the beginning I couldn’t take it seriously because they were just attacking each other but I’m happy now that has calmed down. I think that’s why I’m so excited for the debate,” Zenou said.   An administrative and economics major, the bilingual Zenou expressed she is willing to bypass the negative media coverage both candidates have received as long as they show a committed effort for taking care of the American people, exclaiming “We’ll see what happens!”   Written by: Richie Kamtchoum

Photo taken by Brea Fowlkes Serving as backdrop for the media center, fountains, benches and campus buildings align themselves. It was there that Amit Zenou, a former Hofstra University student currently studying abroad in Israel, detailed her passion for the upcoming debate. “I really feel like in the beginning I couldn’t take it seriously because they were just attacking each other but I’m happy now that has calmed down. I think that’s why I’m so excited for the debate,” Zenou said. An administrative and economics major, the bilingual Zenou expressed she is willing to bypass the negative media coverage both candidates have received as long as they show a committed effort for taking care of the American people, exclaiming “We’ll see what happens!” Written by: Richie Kamtchoum