In line with Augsburg College’s mission to foster civic engagement among its students and community, the campus hosted U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton and more than 4,000 potential voters on Sunday, Feb. 3.
A capacity crowd at Si Melby Gymnasium listened to the senator from New York talk about her vision for the future. Two hours before the event started at 4 p.m., lines of interested attendees snaked around the Kennedy Center, past the Air Structure, and through Parking Lot L.
An overflow crowd of approximately 400 were seated in the Air Structure (better known as the dome), where they viewed a telecast of the event as it took place in Si Melby. After her speech, Clinton worked her way through the crowd in Si Melby and greeted the overflow crowd in the Air Structure. Continue reading “Augsburg hosts Clinton event to promote civic engagement”