I was asked to write my opinion regarding the Kony 2012 movement and I had a hard time deciding what to write about. I could write about Invisible Children and why I believe they are a respectable and reputable company or about how I believe the Kony 2012 movement is one that truly shows the power of social media, global community and the voice of the youth of our world, I believe this is about more than that. [Read more...]
About 15 students met on Sunday night to paint the donated campaigns signs for the Cover the Night event. The group of students made almost 60 campaign signs of all sizes which will be put around town on the night of the 20th along with posters provided by Invisible Children. The Kony 2012 campaign on campus has been selling t-shirts to help cover the costs of printing the all-color posters and the paint for the signs.