24 hour Relay for Life raises money for cancer research

Video posted April 12, 2014 in News by By Victoria Faconti and Jaime Pritzker


Relay for life is a twenty-four hour event held by the American Cancer Society that raises money for cancer research. Teams sign up to camp out and walk around the track during the even, which was held at Penn State's Medlar Field April 4-6. Each year people get involved with Relay For Life for many different reasons whether it is for a loved one who is currently battleing or has lost their fight with cancer, or just to be a part of something great. Meeten Doshi Nathan Sterner,Erin Andrews, and Sarah Hagan are four student with four different reasons of participating, but with one common goal to raise money and awareness for this great cause.

(Video report by Victoria Faconti, edited by Jaime Pritzker)