From the national networks beginning their broadcasts at daybreak to the post-debate Spin Alley frenzy, Oct. 9, 2016, was a historic day at WashU. Our video team captured many of the moments.
Along with photo booths, celebrity sightings and live media broadcasts, a 90-minute detailed examination of economic policies proved to be a hot-ticket event before Sunday’s presidential debate.
From Hillman Hall to Holmes Lounge, from the Danforth University Center to the 560 Music Center, from Edison Theatre to Mudd Field to even the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine campus, thousands of students, faculty, staff and alumni shared in the debate experience through watch parties.
More than 300 people peacefully gathered at the Public Expression Zone at the corner of Forsyth and Big Bend to express opinions and political dissent.
Snapchat vs. Instagram, tape vs. glue, concerts vs. music festivals. At a dress rehearsal for the 2016 presidential debate, student stand-ins took on tough issues.
The eyes of the world will be on this very stage beginning at 8 p.m. (CDT) tonight. Here’s a behind the scenes look.
Students who didn’t win the lottery for debate tickets or get credentialed to get near the Athletic Complex can still get in on the debate fun today around campus. Here are the six spots for a debate-themed selfies.
Students from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts are spending debate weekend covering the action like only they know how: Through drawing and photography.
Our responsibility as host is to provide a neutral space for the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) to hold its debate and for the American people to see the two leading candidates together on the same stage, addressing the issues on the minds of voters. It would be inappropriate to comment any further. Months of […]
On a perfect fall afternoon, the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales helped kick off the presidential debate festivities with a short parade across the Danforth Campus.