Free Expression Tents
Use the outdoor tents that have been put up on the Booth Plaza and the BU Beach on the Charles River Campus. These outdoor tents are for BU students’ political expression – you bring your own screen via your mobile device or computer. (We’ll place microphones in the spaces for you to announce results and talk as you see fit). The soapbox – look it up – is yours. Go ahead and use it! If you gather, for political expression, even under the outdoor tents, wear your mask or face cover and maintain 6 feet of physical distance or more, especially when you’re singing, chanting, and raising your voice for your candidate or cause.
Join us to share your thoughts, talk with peers, and express how you are walking through this election season. Be silent, vent, express your thoughts. Be as you are. Feel free to attend a small group facilitated conversation.
Other election events are available on our Voter Engagement page.
LGBTQ Facilitated Discussion
Friday, November 6, 7-8pm ET
Available in-person or remote. Facilitated by Queer Activist Collective advisors. Register here.
Breathe, Ground and Reset
Sponsored by Marsh Chapel
November 4th Guided Meditation via Zoom at 5:30pm- 7:00pm
Guided Meditation Zoom information: Access Zoom here and enter the passcode: 892299
November 5th Yoga via Zoom at 5:30 – 7:00pm ET, Register here to receive the Zoom link
CGS Election Discussion
CGS Faculty present historic context and a place for general discussion
November 4, 2020 3pm ET
November 5, 2020 9am ET
CGS students received a link to register in their email. If you did not and would like to register, please email email@example.com.
Election 2020: A First Look Back
Friday, November 6, 4:15-5:30 pm
Faculty from BU Law and BU’s Department of Political Science will share observations from Election Day and discuss the future implications of the election’s outcomes. The bulk of the time will be reserved for an open Q&A with the panelists. The forum will be held in a Zoom meeting format in order to provide for an open dialogue. Advanced registration is required, and the event is limited to 300 participants.
Please Register Here
Post-Election Reflections: a Boston University Student-Faculty Forum
Tuesday, November 10, 6:30-8 pm on Zoom
On November 3, voters will be casting their ballots for representatives, governors, and most notably, President of the United States, in what is being billed as one of the most consequential elections in American history. Join a panel of BU faculty experts who will be answering your questions on the election’s outcomes and consequences as part of the Student-Faculty Forum series.
The Global Experience This Election Season
Wednesday 11/4 at 10am, Location CAS B12
Friday 11/6 at 11:30am – join on Zoom
Juan Parra of the Center for Psychiatric Rehab is going to facilitate two conversations (one virtual and one in-person) around the global experience this election season.
Athletics – The Terrier Town
Town Hall led by Nick Bates, Assistant Director of Thurman Center Networks
November 5th at 7 pm, Location: Zoom
Contact Emily Howard to register.