It’s hard to believe that it’s already Week 3, which means that we’re already a third of the way into Fall Quarter. I hope this newsletter finds you in sound mind and health, and that even though midterms are steadily approaching (if they haven’t already arrived), you’re still able to take some time to be with yourself.
Although we’re all caught up in the bustle of our everyday lives, even in quarantine, I wanted to encourage everyone to go out and vote. As elections approach, I want to remind you that your voice matters, especially in this year’s election. If you haven’t registered to vote, you can do so here: https://vote.gov/. Not sure if you’ve already registered or if you’re registered to the area you’re living? You can check your voter status and change anything here: https://www.usa.gov/confirm-voter-registration. If you can vote by mail, it is recommended that you send in your ballot by October 27 to ensure that it’s received and counted.
Since it’s 2020, I like to remind myself that it is the centenary of women’s suffrage in America. As a first-generation immigrant and U.S. citizen, I encourage you to utilize your voice to shed light on issues that you care about, whether they affect you, your loved ones, or the people around you.
In other news, The Triton also turned five-years-old this year! I’ll be taking a quick stroll down memory lane in this newsletter to celebrate our growth thus far, and I hope you look forward to joining me! As always, you can always reach me by emailing email@example.com or coming to my office hours on Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m. See you in two weeks!