Long after the sun sets Friday, Baylor students will come together to plaster KONY 2012 posters all over Waco with one goal in mind — to make African warlord Joseph Kony famous.
Despite the negative attention Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell received last week, many students at Baylor are continuing to support the Kony 2012 movement begun by Invisible Children.
Anyone with a Facebook account spent much of last evening watching their Facebook news feed blowup with reposts of the “Kony 2012” film made by Invisible Children.
On Diadeloso, Baylor students will have the chance to make history by participating in a Zumba class that organizers hope will be the world’s largest. While the event is an attempt at an appearance in the Guinness World Records, it is also a fundraiser for the accounting students’ mission trip to Uganda this summer.
Strategic business and eco-friendly sustainability were combined to create the fifth annual Global Business Forum, which ended Thursday.