Interview Opportunities with Diverse Student Body on Top Voting Issues from Immigration to Terrorism to Education on September 26
200+ attendees and top political experts at Baruch College available before, during, and after the debate
NEW YORK, NY- September 22, 2016- More than 200 students, alumni, and neighborhood residents will convene at Baruch College to watch, react and vote on their smartphones re: the first 2016 U.S. Presidential Debate televised from Hofstra University on Monday, September 26.
Media welcome to interview attendees and top political experts from Baruch College faculty before, during, and after the debate. Experts include:
Political Analyst: Dr. David Birdsell, Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs
Debates/argumentation & history of U.S. political debates: Professor Eric M. Gander
Exit polls and political analyst: Professor David R. Jones
WHEN: Monday, September 26, 2016
7:00 p.m.: Panel Discussion – How would the Presidential Candidates Affect Employment in the USA?
9:00 p.m.: U.S. Presidential Debate Viewing —on large screens / Real-time voting on smartphones
10:30 p.m.: Post-Debate Discussion with political experts
WHERE: Baruch College – 55 Lexington Ave – 25th Street between Lexington & 3rd – Engelman Recital Hall
Suzanne Bronski, (646) 660-6093, firstname.lastname@example.org