Belmont University will host a viewing party for the first Presidential Debate of the 2004 campaign, Thursday night, sponsored by the campus Young Republicans, College Democrats and the James Madison Society, a non partisan academic club composed of political science and history students. Media coverage is welcomed. The debate party begins at 7:30 in the Neely Black and White dining room. Following the debate, broadcast live from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., there will be a student-led discussion, reports Dr. Vaughn May, assistant professor of political science. Dr. Robert C. Fisher, president of Belmont University, will be attending the presidential debate.