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Students at Morehouse College are reflecting on the legacy of one of Morehouse’s most famous alumni, Republican GOP candidate, Herman Cain.

At a recent political forum at Morehouse students were asked “Does Cain represent the modern Renaissance man of Morehouse?”

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The L.A. Times reports:

Byron Granberry, a junior and vice president of the campus Democratic group, got big applause when he declared that Morehouse should revoke Cain’s degree. Yet in an interview after last week’s forum, he asserted, with a Cain-like flourish, that he had only been joking.

Granberry said he disliked Cain’s view on social issues but believed that the candidate, with his rags-to-riches rise through the corporate world, had brought honor to Morehouse.

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