Trump’s policies focus of Ripon College student discussion April 11

“Where do we stand on Trump’s policies?”, a student discussion, will begin at 4:15 p.m. April 11 in Kresge Little Theatre, East Hall, on the Ripon College campus.

The event is sponsored by the Student Advisory Board and the Center for Politics and the People.

Participants will be: Abby Korb ’20, Burlington, Wisconsin; Jack Clough ’19 of New Rochelle, New York; Nate Jung ’20 of Random Lake, Wisconsin; Jacob Kramer ’19 of Ripon, Wisconsin; and Ryan Krogsgaard ’20 of Fort Worth, Texas.

Students will discuss three key aspects of President Trump’s agenda: the wall along the Mexican border, the temporary travel ban, and the reversal of school bathroom legislation.


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