Election Night party in the School of International Service atrium

Video contains no sound or narration. AU's spirit is captured through the people, places, and events on campus and in DC. Students walk past McKinley Hall and others who gather at umbrella-covered tables on its plaza. Freshmen gather on the quad for Eagle Summit, AU's orientation for first-year students. Hands in! An Eagle Summit group breaks from their team circle. Two art students work on their painting projects in the Katzen Arts Center. The AU community gathers to watch election night results in The Atrium at the School of International Service.

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