Tomorrow at USF, my campus will be playing host to the NBC Presidential Debate. Which of course is very exciting news and all, until you factor in that even though it will be hosted on a large university campus, virtually no tickets have been handed out to any students. In my opinion, this leads me to question why NBC is even bothering to host this event on a college campus at all. Although I know that the debate will be held in an extremely small theater (honestly, I have no clue why they choose the smallest theater on campus!) I would think they would want some students to be a part of the audience at the debate. My entire campus has been in a state of disarray for several days now preparing for this debate. Parking lots have been closed, barricades have been erected; today I was even kicked out of my study spot in the student union so the Secret Service could sweep the floor. With all this preparation and pains my campus has been taking on to support this debate, I only wish they would have thought of us the students, how we may have liked to watch the debate firsthand. Instead I will be attending a "viewing" party on the lawn of my campus. Think any candidates will actually come out to meet the youth who can vote them into power, vs the sponsors NBC has given tickets to the debate?