corey cook (a USF professor of politics), students enrolled in his Legislative Process class, USF's department of politics, the leo t. mccarthy center for public service and the common good, and USF's politics society have organized an excellent event for tomorrow night. it takes place between 6 - 9 pm in crossroads cafe.
from the press release:
Students, faculty, and staff from the University of San Francisco are invited to an election night party at the Crossroads Café. We will be watching the local and national coverage on large screen televisions and have laptop computers set up to get immediate election returns from around the country ... In addition, faculty experts will be available to speak about the most competitive U.S. Senate races in the country including those in Connecticut, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee, statewide and state legislative races, local races for county supervisor in San Francisco, and state and local ballot propositions.kudos, thanks, and much respect to corey and the politics society for giving us something to do collectively on such an important and exciting evening. and i'll look forward to seeing my friend and colleague dave wolber and his excellent project who's funding whom? i hope to see you there.
University of San Francisco Department of Politics
Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good
University of San Francisco Politics Society
Corey Cook, Politics
David Silver, Media Studies
David Wolber, Computer Science
update: i forgot, free pizza!