Amid Monday afternoon’s gloomy weather conditions, the Lander University Program Council hosted the annual “Run or Dye” walk/run, hopeful to usher in the longer, brighter days of spring that lie ahead.
Over a hundred students, faculty, staff and community members raced across campus in the run, according to UPC member and senior Ryan Studer.
Volunteers showered runners with colorful cornstarch as they passed checkpoints along the 2-mile route, covering much of Lander’s main campus. White t-shirts were filled with an array of bright colors by the time participants reached the finish line.
Cutline for 2018 Run or Dye 1.jpg: Participants of Lander’s 2018 “Run or Dye” walk/run get one last splash of color as they cross the finish line.