University of Denver to host Election Night Watch Party for students, faculty and staff
The University of Denver, site of the first Presidential Debate, will again engage its students, faculty and staff in the democratic process when it hosts an election night watch party for the University community.
DENVER—The University of Denver, site of the first Presidential Debate, will again engage its students, faculty and staff in the democratic process when it hosts an election night watch party for the University community from 5-10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the Driscoll Student Center.
The event, being sponsored by the Office of Student Activities, the Division of Marketing and Communications, and the Graduate Student Government, will feature election coverage on two big screen TVs, photos with the “cardboard candidates,” giveaways of Presidential Debate commemorative items, and pizza and snacks while supplies last. All DU community members are invited to attend the casual, drop-in style party
Reporters looking for election events and celebrations away from the political party headquarters will have opportunities to interview students, faculty or staff attendees.
|What:||Election Night Watch Party
|When:||Tuesday, Nov. 6
|Who:||University of Denver students, faculty, and staff
|Where:||Driscoll Underground in the Driscoll Student Center North
(main floor, on the north side of Evans Ave.)
2055 East Evans Avenue, Denver, CO 80208
|Parking:||Paid metered parking is available in the Driscoll Center Hourly Lot, located west of Driscoll North at the northeast corner of Evans Avenue and Race Street. Entrance to this lot is off Race Street turning north from westbound Evans Avenue traffic only.
If you would like to bring a live truck, please contact Jordan Ames, (303) 871-2781 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
|Information:||Jordan Ames, (303) 871-2781 or email@example.com.
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