Students Invited to Honor Former NWU Student With "Cameron Effect" Movement
Nebraska Wesleyan students are invited to honor the life of former NWU student Cameron Freeman on Tuesday, December 7 in an activity known as the "Cameron Effect."
Cameron Freeman died in a tragic car accident on November 23 in Lawrence, Kansas. His parents, Paul and Shelley Freeman, have created the "Cameron Effect," a movement of kind deeds to honor their son's legacy.
The Cameron Effect will be held Tuesday, December 7, on what would have been his 22nd birthday.
University Ministries will have a display located outside of the dining hall that will include sticky notes, which list a variety of acts of compassion that people can take with them and perform throughout the day. Participants are invited to share their experiences doing the Cameron Effect by visiting www.CameronEffect.com.
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