Free Food, Shuttle Services & On-Campus Parties: Boston’s Colleges Encourage Students To Vote
BostInno - 11/06/2012
Greater Boston’s college students have made it clear they’re ready to vote in the 2012 presidential election and, lucky for them, their schools have jumped to supporting them. From shuttle services and speaker series to election viewing parties promising free food and heated debate, there’s plenty of presidential fun happening today at campuses across the city.
Election Watch Party — The Northeastern International Relations Council is hosting a 2012 Election Watch Party in the school’s entertainment venue, afterHOURS, starting at 7 p.m. Free food will be dished out on a first come, first served basis. Yet, you’ll want to get there fast anyway, because not only will there be free food, but free t-shirts for the first 100 people in the door.
Also be sure to check out the Facebook page NUVotes 2012, “the hub of all activities and programming at Northeastern” surrounding the election. Students are encouraged to post on the page, or use the hashtag #NUVotes on Twitter to share any news, questions or thoughts they have about the election.