EDITORIAL: V for Voting



Voting is your right 

As citizens of a democratic country, we must remember that voting is our basic right. Doing so gives us a voice in deciding the fate of the country we live in. Many have been denied this opportunity, and several nations across the world continue to deny it. Don’t let the opportunity pass to play the vital role your country calls you to do. 

Young voters are key

According to the U.S. Census, there are approximately 75.4 million millennials currently residing in our country. That’s almost one quarter of the country’s population. If all of us vote, we have a significant potential to swing the election one way or another. On the other hand, not voting could lead to underrepresentation of the demographic you most relate to. 

Candidates address student needs

Both Clinton and Trump are talking about policies that impact higher education. They each have unique views on how to cut college costs, provide more student aid and incorporate innovation into colleges and universities across the nation (‘Nova Nation included).

This is the next four, perhaps eight, years of your life