National media from all around the country came to Las Vegas to watch presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton face off in the third and final debate before the election.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas hosted last night's debate at the UNLV Thomas & Mack Center where only a limited number of attendees were allowed in the audience (which even included a select number of UNLV students who had high GPAs).
Prior to yesterday's debate, the Culinary Union built a "wall" of taco trucks to protest Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outside his hotel in Las Vegas.
The union emphasized that the real reason for the protest was the Trump Hotel's refusal to bargain with workers who had won a union election.
Inside the UNLV campus, there were various rallies which included students and non-students, chanting their opinions on this year's candidates.
Some came to the campus dressed up with their own handmade signs.
There were even elaborate Donald Trump masks on display.
UNLV has begun to return to normalcy following the debate. Movers have taken down shipping containers that surrounded the campus to keep people who had not been cleared by the Secret Service out of the debate site.