US Election Night in Brussels on November 8

Join us for live coverage of US election day, after months of heated campaigns, debates, political drama and relentless media coverage.

When votes are still being cast in the US and first live analyses will be coming in, you will have ample opportunity to reunite and network with your fellow US alumni and friends while enjoying fine American foods and beverages throughout the night.

You will have the privilege to attend a lively and insightful debate between a representative of the Democrats (Pauline Manos, vice-chair of the Democrats Abroad in Belgium, a fellow Columbia University alumna) and the Republicans, which will be moderated and commented by Mia Doornaert (journalist and avid US watcher) and Bruno Colmant (macro strategist and member of the group executive committee at Bank Degroof Petercam).

You will also be able to enjoy the vast social media opportunities offered by the Microsoft Executive Briefing Center and receive live updates on a night that may have a significant impact on the face of the US for the upcoming 4 years.

This is a great opportunity to spend this night watching the results come in, talk to other alumni from US universities and network!

Where? Microsoft Executive Briefing Center, Rue Montoyer 51, 1040 Brussels.

Parking? Participants will receive parking vouchers (parking Art-Loi).

When? 8 November, from 7pm to 12pm.

Price? EUR 55

As we expect a large attendance, please make sure to register in time.

Registration can be filled out here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/us-election-night-2016-tickets-28503828719

WHEN
November 08, 2016 at 7pm - November 09, 2016 November 08, 2016 at 7pm - November 09, 2016
WHERE
Microsoft Executive Briefing Center
Rue Montoyer 51
Brussels, Belgium 1040
Belgium
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