Cast N Crew will open a new show this weekend, “Unnecessary Farce,” which will run five performances from Thursday, April 4 to Sunday, April 7.
Washington University students raised a total of $175,546.81 at this weekend’s 14th annual Relay For Life event, which is an increase from last year’s total and a step forward after a few years of a downward trend in donations.
Students rolled their way into bright red bowling pins in human-sized hamster balls Friday afternoon in Tisch Commons, raising around $800 for charity.
Students raised a total of $152,105.60 dollars at Relay for Life held from Saturday, April 11 to Sunday, April 12 on Francis Field.
In an effort to increase involvement and energize fundraising, this year’s Relay for Life is tapping into Greek Life and firing up some friendly competition for the cause.
We as a human race may never truly know what it is like to be inside a football being hurled down the field by Bart Starr or the putter of Jack Nicklaus as he taps the ball down the green. Most of us will never even know the feeling of being inside a bag of popcorn as the kernels explode. Luckily, Mr. Wash. U. and Relay for Life made the feeling of being inside a bowling ball accessible to all.
Around 2000 community members gathered on Francis Field between 6 p.m. Saturday, April 14, and 6 a.m. Sunday, April 15, to participate in the University’s 10th annual Relay for Life. Late Saturday evening, the field basked in the glow of candles lit for cancer victims and survivors in the annual Luminaria ceremony, which was dedicated this year to Dean James E.
Dear Editor, I write to you as fundraising chair of this year’s Relay For Life, in order to express my great disappointment and frustration with the coverage our event received this Monday from Student Life News Editor Sadie Smeck.
The track around Francis Field was packed Saturday night with students, faculty and cancer survivors—all of whom braved cold and rain to to support an ongoing fight against cancer. Despite a lower turnout than it has had in previous years, this year’s Relay for Life raised $259,823.10.
Francis Field will host Washington University’s Relay for Life. The steering committee of this year’s Relay at the University announced that the event will proceed as originally planned. The Athletic Complex had been designated the alternate venue in the event of inclement weather.
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