From the Advocate-Messenger’s David Brock:
For many on campus, especially those with a partisan bent like David Miller, head of the College Democrats, and Luke Wetton, head of the College Republicans, October’s vice-presidential debate at Centre College presents a dream scenario. The campus is largely quiet now, with most students dispersed to their hometowns for the summer; but when they return, the event that will likely define their time at Centre will be close at hand.
“I really think this is going to energize the campus from a political standpoint,” Wetton said. “It’s going to be an invaluable opportunity for people to really get a picture of what the political process at the national level is like.”