"I just hope it's not a knocked-down drag out like Gore v. Bush all those years ago, where it comes down to Florida or something like that. That would just be awful. If it's over by tonight that'd be great," junior Taylor Acker said as he watched election outcomes closely.
Graduate student Karthik Gollanapalli joined SUAAB and Student Government’s Political Party on Nov. 8. “This is my first time in the U.S., so I’m just going through all of this election and I just feel very excited,” Gollanapalli said.
Psychology junior Maryam Jafri, systems engineering graduate student Amit Singalwar and mechanical engineering graduate student Aniket Joshi stake out in the Galaxy Rooms to keep up with election results.
Political science sophomore Madeleine Keith (left), marketing graduate student Haiyun Chen, business analytics graduate student Ganesh Kumar and management science graduate student Naman Bader pose with a Hillary Clinton cutout at the election watch party.
EMAC freshman Jules Rosen (left) and geoscience senior Hannah Ghotbi cheer as their preferred candidate takes the lead.
Accounting junior Ashley Levy reacts to election updates streaming from CNN, MSNBC and Fox News at the election watch party.
Biochemistry freshman Crystal Phan (left) and mathematics freshman Destiny Salcido came out to support their candidate at the Political Party.
Senior Christian Filsouf takes a moment to reflect on the election. “Both of my parents are immigrants. I’m the first generation American. So being able to actually vote in this election by birthright is pretty cool. I think no matter what, either president is probably going to be a one-term president,” he said.