The Importance of One in a Million
On a college campus it can be considered rare to find someone voting during the mid-term elections. Even more rare is an out-of-state student in her senior year voting, and encouraging others to do the same.
Taylor Griffin, a Phoenix, Arizona native, believes every political race is an important one, whether it may be your home state or not. Her viewpoint stems from the belief that even though you may only be one-in-a-million, you still have the ability to enact a positive advance in the political system.
About the Contributors
Senior / Broadcast Journalism
New Jersey native, Samantha Haig is a current undergraduate student at the Pennsylvania State University. She is working on a broadcast journalism degree in the College of Communications, with a minor in Sociology. At Penn State, Samantha has become involved in many different organizations, including the Beta Mu chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. Through her achievements within Alpha Chi and other organizations, Samantha has realized the potential she posseses to become a great leader in all different facets of the communications field.