Relay for Life

Relay for Life was founded at Puget Sound in 1985. Every year,
chapters across the United States come together for an annual Relay, a
celebration of cancer survivors and an expression of our continued
dedication to finding a cure. At the yearly Relay event at Puget Sound
participants walk around Baker Stadium track in shifts from 4 p.m.
on Saturday to 10 a.m. the next morning, so that there are people
walking in support of cancer research and cancer survivors all night long
- because cancer never sleeps, and neither can we if we want to finally
eradicate it.

More information and registration (with a $10 donation that supports the Relay for Life mission) can be found at the Relay for Life website

Contact: Emily Brothers, University of Puget Sound Chapter