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Political Reporters Benjy Sarlin '00 and Will Rahn '02 Speak to Middle and Upper Schoolers About Presidential Election

Benjy Sarlin '00 of NBC and Will Rahn '02 of CBS, political reporters on the national scene, visited our Middle and Upper School students live for a discussion and Q&A on the current presidential election.
Mr. Sarlin and Mr. Rahn spoke to the boys about what it means to be a political reporter.

The boys came away from this exercise well informed about our country’s political system and why every voice is important – including their own!

Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.

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