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Bromance or Enemyship?

Childhood friends remain close despite differences in political opinion

Pursuing new perspectives

The University of Delaware welcomed back the North Carolinian novelist and NPR White House Correspondent Asma Khalid to the National Agenda stage, four years after first speaking in 2017 on the theme "As We Stand | Divided."

Learning by Doing

For UD alumna Sarah Fritz (AS18), the National Agenda program solidified a passion for politics and a commitment to civic engagement.
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Andrew M. Stern
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sunwest Communications
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J. Caleb Boggs
U.S. Representative, Senator, and Delaware Governor
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David Plouffe
Board Member and Adviser, Uber Technologies, Inc.
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Lisa Blunt-Rochester
Member of the US House of Representatives
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Domenico Montanaro
Supervising Editor, Lead Editor for Politics and Digital Audience, National Public Radio
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Claire M. DeMatteis, Esquire
Commissioner, Delaware Department of Correction
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Ed Freel
Instructor, School of Public Policy and Administration
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Chris Christie
Former Governor of New Jersey
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John Carney
Governor of Delaware
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J. Matthew O'Donnell
News Anchor/Reporter, WPVI Philadelphia Channel 6ABC
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Tom Carper
United States Senator
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Richard Mroz
President, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities
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Steve Schmidt
Campaign Strategist
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Joe Biden
Vice President of the United States
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Joan Wainwright
President, Channel & Customer Experience, TE Connectivity
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Frederick L. Cottrell, III
Director, Richards, Layton & Finger
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