Washington University got a taste of game-day excitement when national media set up stages around campus, and student band members, cheerleaders and the Bear performed for morning crowds.
The “Danforth Dialogues: Envisioning the Future of Religion and Politics in America” was held Saturday in Graham Chapel. The near-capacity audience slowed down to absorb two-plus hours of respectful discourse on weighty topics.
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.
About 2,700 international students at Washington University can’t cast ballots in the presidential election because they are not U.S. citizens. Still, many such students are volunteering to help with the debate and related events to get involved and learn more about the American system.
Staff volunteers are essential for successful debate operations. Whether it’s “another duty as assigned” or not, staff welcome the opportunity to contribute.
The hottest ticket this weekend is the presidential debate. The second-highest prize is a volunteer job that lands the lucky worker close to the action.
On a perfect fall afternoon, the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales helped kick off the presidential debate festivities with a short parade across the Danforth Campus.