A pounding loud beat accompanies this short video promotes an expansion project for the old Aztec Center, the "Aztec Center Referendum" being voted on November 6 and 7, with no year given. Adelle Gomelsky ("Student Referendum Chair") explains how an expanded student union would offer new and better services. Scrolling text says the student union was built for a much smaller group of students than were currently being served. A student crawls toward the camera with a foam hand. Malerie McNeill, "Rotaract President," makes a case for a computer lounge as in another venue. Matthew Guillory and Matthew Hankerson, both "Biology Freshmen," would like more space. Henry Carandang, "Theatre Arts Senior, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Member," would like not to have to traverse the campus to satisfy his needs. Juan Aguilar, "Communications Senior, Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity Member," likes the idea of more space for "students to hang out between classes" and more space for clubs. "Joe Student" (Kevin Smets) asks why "we're still trapped in the '60s." (The Aztec Center was opened in 1968.) At the end all the previous arguments are reiterated and two unidentified women call for a yes vote. The video was edited by Joey Castanieto.