Cleveland State University Student Government Association members and business students rally behind Flint, Michigan during water crisis - featured in USA Today
Three Cleveland State University students, including two College of Business students were featured in USA Today for their efforts in aiding with the Flint, Michigan water crisis.
William Johnson, a member of the student government and student at Cleveland State University, spoke with his fellow fraternity brothers at Cleveland State who are from Flint and began an initiative to assist those impacted by the lack of drinking water in Flint, Michigan.
(Photo above from USA Today, from left to right, Paul All, Gregory Joyce II and William Johnson)
Johnson, along with College of Business students Paul All and Gregory Joyce II, all members of student government and a local group called the Get Out Network, are working to load an 18-wheeler with water bottles to take to Flint themselves. It will require 1,600 cases of bottled water to fill, but in less than a week, they collected more than 1,000 bottles.
The USA Today article that they were featured in can be found here.