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W&M students featured in NPR presidential election story

Two W&M students were featured on NPR's

Two William and Mary students were featured on National Public Radio Tuesday night as part of a story discussing how the age of voters and candidates will play a role in the upcoming presidential election.

Senior Jonna Knappenberger and sophomore Matthew Reges were among a group of College students from Virginia who were interviewed for a story on NPR's program "All Things Considered." In the story, NPR Senior National Correspondent Linda Wertheimer interviewed a number of voters of all ages in Virginia. This included a group of college students, including Knappenberger and Reges , taking part in the College Leaders Program this summer at UVA's Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership in Charlottesville. In addition to W&M, the program also interviewed Virginia students attending Duke, UVA and Morehouse College in Atlanta, as well as senior citizens in the Charlottesville area.

Listen to the entire story, "Age Likely to be a Key Factor in Presidential Campaign," on the NPR Web site.