Missouri State University's "ONE" Chapter is ranked 25th in the nationwide "campus challenge"
"ONE" is a non-partisan group aimed at fighting AIDS and extreme poverty. MSU's Chapter is competing with other universities to see which campus can gain the most points for "awareness-raising activities."
"Of the thousands of schools competing nationwide, Missouri State University has earned its way to 25th place by visiting politicians on the campaign trail (including John McCain, Barack Obama, and Claire McCaskill), handing out flyers on-campus, and even inviting an AKC Champion-bloodlined bulldog to come on campus and help them spread the word!," says Eric Mayle of MSU's One Chapter. "MSU ONE has added 62 new voices to the ONE campaign's cause this fall, and are currently working on several events in hopes of breaking the Top 20. Any MSU students, family members, faculty, or alumni may join their cause by signing up at www.one.org/campus."