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North Texas Students Watch Debate As Lesson In PoliticsSMU students watched the debate outdoors.
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Botham Jean's Mother Back In Dallas To Celebrate His BirthdayBotham Jean, who was shot and killed by a Dallas Police officer who mistook his apartment for her own, would have turned 29 on Tuesday.
SMU Director Of Debate Talks Trump, BidenPresident Trump and Joe Biden will participate in the first of three debates Tuesday night.
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