Sunday, April 13, 2008

Free Haircuts in Kogan! GW Students Show Support for Children Living with Cancer

If you thought you saw a couple tumbleweed-like hairballs floating around Kogan today, you probably did. GW students for the 5th year in a row participated in Buzzing for Change, which is:
Buzzing for Change is a one-day student-run charity extravaganza starting up at colleges and universities around the country. Participants shave their heads, cut their hair for Locks of Love or volunteer. They recruit sponsorship, 100% of which is donated to a local charity that works to improve the lives of children living with cancer.
My friend Scott got a buzz cut. Here he is before the sacrifice with roommate, and former Buzzing4Change participant, Josh:
Here's what Scott had to say in an exclusive interview directly following the event:



Those working the event said the turnout was much better than expected given the weather, look:

These guys participated, too:

Along with a man with a mohawk:


Learn more and find out how you can get involved next year.

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