While reporting live from a presidential debate may seem a daunting challenge for a student journalist, the students from Student Life, WUPR and WUTV seem to have it covered, bringing creative approaches, fresh angles, and a remarkable enthusiasm to their efforts.
A supporting cast of student volunteers, local police officers, vendors, student audience members and WashU staff are playing important roles in this historic debate.
GPC President Haley Dolosic encourages WashU graduate students to get involved in the debate frenzy -- and offers three ways they can.
For the fourth time as chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis, Mark S. Wrighton will be the man who officially welcomes the world to our campus.
The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales are scheduled to make a special appearance ahead of the presidential debate at Washington University
Hosting a presidential debate requires a lot of … well, everything. Here is a look at what it takes (so far) to make sure one of the most important events in the presidential election season goes off without a hitch.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and a very special Snapchat effort will offer unprecedented opportunities for students and alumni to engage with the debate.
Who doesn't love food? Campus food service Bon Appetit and the WashU chapter of Spoon University have planned debate-themed food choices for students.
This year, students again will have multiple opportunities to appear as extras on national broadcasts when the national media descend upon the Danforth Campus on Saturday, Oct. 8, and Sunday, Oct. 9.
Hundreds celebrated the start of Debate Week at Washington University in St. Louis Saturday night with the lighting of iconic Brookings Hall on the Danforth Campus.