All images by Chelsea Bauman.
All photos by Chelsea Bauman.
The annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event took place on October 14, 2017, as community members of all ages came bundled up in pink. A chilly temperature made the three-mile walk a bit long, but participants displayed smiles the entire route. Families full of young, old, survivors, and friends gathered to spread awareness and walk for a great cause. Several teams coordinated t-shirts and raised thousands of dollars to support Breast Cancer. Dance and cheer teams of SCSU cheered on participants throughout the walk around St. Cloud State University campus. Water stations were available at both the one mile and two-mile marker with volunteers also clothed in pink. A speaker informed guests that about 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, therefore donations can be used to further research, and provide help and comfort to those battling at the moment. All…
With October being Domestic Violence Awareness month, those who have experienced domestic violence or know someone who was, are taking this time to remember and reflect. Students at St. Cloud State University are bringing awareness to this issue every year by participating in Take Back the Night, an event where students march, light candles and listen to keynote speakers.
SCSU students browse the display of posters for sale in the Atwood Mall during the week of Sept. 18. Poster themes ranged anywhere from New York skylines to famous television shows.