From the News Service’s Princine Lewis:
Vanderbilt University students gear up for “Election GameDay” Nov. 4
Just a few weeks after hosting ESPN’s GameDay on campus, Vanderbilt University students are preparing for a different match-up on Tuesday, Nov. 4, and have dubbed their Election Day activities “Election GameDay.” On Election Day, student groups are sponsoring shuttles that will run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to take students to the polls. At 5:30 p.m., “Election GameDay” opens at The Commons Center and will feature live music, a special All-American meal in the dining hall featuring Mom’s meatloaf, chili and apple pie a la mode, a number of ongoing activities for students and watching election returns on the big screen.
WHAT: Shuttle to the polls
Vanderbilt student groups sponsor shuttles to take students to the
Evening event for Vanderbilt students will include:
– Live music
– Special menu featuring All-American favorites such as Mom’s meatloaf, chili and apple pie a la mode
– Big screen TVs in three locations
– An Election bracket and swing-state raffle
– Concession stands open late-night for students to enjoy hot dogs, candied and caramel apples and popcorn
– A digital photo booth where students can take a photo with their favorite political mascot
– Temporary tattoos and campaign stickers provided to everyone
– Voting rights, candidate issues and pledge to vote exhibits created by student groups
WHERE: Shuttle to the polls
One shuttle will depart from Branscomb Quad and one will depart from The Commons Center.
The Commons Center
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 4
Shuttle to the polls
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Begins at 5:30 p.m.