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‘He wasn’t just a coach’: Golf scramble to honor Bisesi, raise money for women’s golf

‘He wasn’t just a coach’: Golf scramble to honor Bisesi, raise money for women’s golf

Sarah Loesch, Editor-in-chief

August 24, 2016

The golf teams host a scramble each year to raise funds for the team, but it has been renamed in honor of Bisesi. The cost will be $100 per person on each four-person team and registration is due today. Teams will participate in an 18-hole scramble and have a meal afterward that is included in their fee.

Festival to show award-winning films

March 31, 2016

Patrick Higgs didn’t know his paper route at age 9 would lead him to an acting career. His advice is to “just do it.”

Mattingly fundraiser to benefit athletics

Don Mattingly, the manager for the Miami Marlins professional baseball team, speaks at a press conference before his charity event in December at the Performance Center. Mattingly Charities will host  “A Dinner with Don Mattingly” Jan. 22 in Carter Hall.

Sarah Loesch, Sports Editor

January 12, 2016

“Being that (Mattingly) is an athlete, it just kind of fit well to make it an athletic fundraiser,” Fulton said.

Dancing for a cause

Junior exercise major Dylan Winklerr, senior marketing major Tyler Coffman and junior nursing major Rachal Sperka, dance for the kids during dance marathon on Saturday at the REC. Dance marathon is a 10 hour event to raise money for Riley's hospital.

Gabi Wy, News Editor

November 11, 2015

Gabe Wittmer plays hockey, basketball, football and baseball, is eight years old and has been a Riley kid since before he can remember. He stood off to the side of the RFWC Saturday with his mother, Peggy Wittmer, and gazed across the gymnasium at the inflatables. “It’s pretty neat,” he said, ...

Syrian refugees share their stories

Megan Thorne

November 1, 2015

The Civil War in Syria left 250,000 people dead and more than four million as refugees, risking their lives every day. “Wings for Dreams: The human face behind the Syrian refugee crisis”  will give these people a chance to share their stories at 6 p.m. Monday in Carter hall. The event is hosted...

Community raises money for families affected by AIDS

Participants celebrating at last year's Red Party.

Ariana Beedie

November 20, 2013

Local university and community representatives have come together for the holiday season to celebrate and raise money for families affected by the AIDS epidemic. They're showing support by having a pageant. The Red Party, a special benefit event,  will feature the first “Mr. Heavensville,” to be...

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