“Wednesday Night Live” encourages voting through comedy

تداول لسهم By Tierney Banco, news correspondent

أفضل الطرق لربح المال عبر الإنترنت Using comedy as a tool for social activism, Acting Out, Northeastern’s theatre group dedicated to promoting social change, hosted “Wednesday Night Live,” a performance at AfterHours in support of the NU Votes campaign and inspired by “Saturday Night Live,” on Oct. 13.

اسهم دانة غاز الاماراتية Complete with appearances by fellow campus entertainers NU & Improv’d and musical guests The Downbeats, the event’s main objective was to motivate students to vote, according to Elliot Horen, president of the Student Government Association (SGA) and a junior information science and business major.

جميع اسعار الاسهم In an election with historically unpopular candidates, we have to redouble our efforts to get people to the polls,” Horen said. “When young people don’t vote, we allow older generations to determine our future. We are working to convince students that they can make an impact.”

programmerare jobba hemifrån Acting Out is one of many groups on campus, including the SGA and the Resident Student Association (RSA), who are working together on this goal.

طريقة البيع والشراء في الذهب عبر الانترنت “We think the event really fits with the mission of our club which is activism through theatre,” Stephanie Eisemann, president of Acting Out and a senior communications major, said. “Last spring our show was called “Political Playoff” and was about voter apathy and engagement on campus. In response we were approached by NU Votes to join their registration campaign this year. We were happy to be involved in such a great series and thought that a sketch night would be the best fit for our group.”

الخيار الأفضل عصام ثنائي During the performance, Acting Out members performed their own politically oriented sketches, with plenty of jabs at presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

سينخفض سعر الذهب Zach Pierce, a sophomore civil engineering major, played the outspoken Republican candidate with an exaggerated voice and a tiny prop hand.

قارب الخيارات الثنائية مراجعة autotrader “It was great,” Pierce said, in character. “Couldn’t have been better. The show was great, the cast was great, the audience was great. Can’t wait to do it again.”

اسعار الذهب في الاردن The organizers of “Wednesday Night Live” highly encouraged the audience to get out and vote on Election Day.

السيارات ثنائي مشاركة خيارات الإشارات Eisemann expressed hopes that the power of a comedic performance will provide students an accessible way to think about their civic duties.

كسب المال من الإستطلاعات على الإنترنت Comedy can not only give us a different perspective on politics and a well needed mental break, but it can also introduce people who might otherwise not engage by generating buzz through a different, less traditional forum,” Eisemann said.

خيار ثنائي الروبوت APK Acting Out even set up a table in AfterHours to help register students during the event.

سوق الاسهم السعودي اليوم مباشر It is a fun way to get people interested in politics and get them registered,” said Conor Gay, a senior marketing major and the director of Acting Out. Gay also hosted the event and impersonated Bill Hader’s iconic SNL character Stefon in a Weekend Update sketch.

الخيارات الثنائية انخفاض الحد الأدنى للإيداع Luckily, most people were already registered,” Gay said. “It’s just making sure they actually go out and vote.”

كيفية استثمار المال لكسب المال ثنائي خيارات التداول كندا Stephanie Eisemann compiles data for The Huntington News’ weekly crime log.

الخيارات الثنائية على العملة Photo by Paige Howell


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