Hillary Clinton is returning to the campaign trail after battling pneumonia, and is making Temple University one of her first stops.
The Former Secretary of State will make a campaign stop at Mitten Hall Monday to discuss the stakes millennials have in the election. This comes after President Obama visited Eakin’s Oval Thursday, where he encouraged voters to “work as hard for her [Clinton] as you did for me.”
This isn’t the first time Clinton is hosting a campaign event at Temple University. After accepting the Democratic nomination in July, the presidential candidate, along with running mate Tim Kaine, and former President Bill Clinton celebrated with a rally in Pearson-McGonigal Hall.
Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senate hopeful Katie McGinty have also hit the campaign trail for Secretary Clinton. The pair visited the University of Pennsylvania last week to highlight what a Clinton Presidency could look like should she be elected.
The event is set to begin at noon in Mitten Hall’s Great Court. You can RSVP for the event here.