Each year, Lock Haven University Student Activities and the Haven Activities Council (HAC) sponsor the annual Homecoming Golf Cart Parade, a popular event that showcases the university’s many student clubs. The 2017 parade brought more than 2,000 participants and spectators out to enjoy the fun campus tradition.
HAC recently submitted a video highlighting the parade for the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) National Your Best Campus Tradition award. The video made it into the finals – the top three for campuses with less than 5,000 students, and competed for online votes on Monday, February 19 at the NACA convention in Boston. The two schools LHU competed against were Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, and Gettysburg College.
HAC’s video received the most votes and won registration to the 2019 NACA National Convention and a slot to present, an article in Campus Activities Magazine, and $1,000 toward the parade in the fall.
The video was shot and edited by student Kylee Doyle and the students interviewed were Mike Williams and Rachel Capece, both HAC members.
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