For today's college students, the 2004 national election is the first one in which they can vote. On election night at Rochester Institute of Technology, students will be able to watch events unfold together at the Idea Factory in Wallace Library.
From 9 p.m. to midnight on Nov. 2, Wallace Library will offer light refreshments and a comfortable place to hang out as election results roll in at the Election Night 2004 Viewing Party. The Idea Factory is located on the first floor of Wallace Library. After the library closes at 11 p.m., TV viewing will be relocated to Java Wally's coffee shop next door.
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