Join Us for an Election Night Viewing Extravaganza!
On election night, Tuesday November 8th, the History Department is proud to co-sponsor an Election Night Viewing Extravaganza in Damen Center from 7-11pm. Drop in or spend the whole evening with us enjoying free snacks while listening to journalists, activists, and policy experts explain the results as they come in and answer questions. This event is sponsored by: the History Department, Inside Government, Phi Alpha Theta, History Club, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Women’s Studies and Gender Studies, and the Interdisciplinary Honors Program.
The Election Night Viewing Extravaganza is free and open to the public!
7:15pm: East Coast Returns
Tom Geoghegan, Chicago-Area Lawyer
7:45pm: Gender and the Presidential Election
Dr. Michelle Nickerson, History and Women Studies & Gender Studies, Loyola University Chicago
8:15pm: Midwest Returns
Micah Uetricht, Associate Editor, Jacobin
8:45pm: Criminal Justice and American Jurisprudence
Dr. Don Stemen, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Loyola University Chicago
9:15pm: Mountain West Returns
Dr. Benjamin Johnson, History, Loyola University Chicago
9:45pm: Student Organizations and Activists
Maria Ralenkotter, Inside Government
Alexa Lindsley, History Club and Phi Alpha Theta
Jolai Michel, Students for Worker Justice
10:15pm: West Coast Returns
Dr. Elizabeth Shermer, History, Loyola University Chicago