With the academic year winding down the University of Minnesota-Duluth CFACT chapter decided to throw a BBQ for their classmates. “One of the nice things about CFACT is that we are able to spread our message, while at the same time having some fun.” Said Chairwoman Alicha Greenlee.
Members of CFACT took turns manning the grill, cooking up over 400 hot dogs and hamburgers for hungry students. “I saw the commotion and stopped to check it out” said Junior Jerome Santos of Laredo, Texas. “And while I ate I learned a lot about CFACT and realized I agree with most all of what they said. It is definitely something I will participate in next year.” Santos was joined by UMD Sophomore Pete Mohagen, who added “these are issues I have found myself talking about in class, and I would constantly be going against my professors. It is great to know I am not alone on campums.”
Greenlee was very satisfied with how the event turned out. “I am really excited for next year and our barbecue has built a lot of excitement. This year has been successful, and I know next year will be even better.”