National wear red day

Kenzie Webb, Photography

In honor of National Wear Red Day, students around NGU showed their support for the awareness of heart disease. This year, National Wear Red Day takes place on Friday, February 2. Be sure to show your support by wearing red on this day.

Fellow freshmen education majors Kayla Anthony and Nicole Pollard display their support while they strike a goofy pose.

Fellow freshmen education majors Kayla Anthony and Nicole Pollard display their support while they strike a goofy pose.

Junior early childhood education major Kayla Gibson sports her red shirt at church.

Junior early childhood education major Kayla Gibson sports her red shirt at church.

Marissa Holst, a freshman early childhood education major, exhibits her encouragement for the awareness of heart disease by wearing red as she swings outside of Neves.

Marissa Holst, a freshman early childhood education major, exhibits her encouragement for the awareness of heart disease by wearing red as she swings outside of Neves.

Junior secondary mathematics education major Victoria Darr showcases her support for the awareness of heart disease. 

Junior secondary mathematics education major Victoria Darr showcases her support for the awareness of heart disease. 

Nicolas Olson, a freshman double major in business administration and Christian studies, practices his guitar as he wears red for the awareness of heart disease.

Nicolas Olson, a freshman double major in business administration and Christian studies, practices his guitar as he wears red for the awareness of heart disease.

Freshman digital media major Taylor Deaton displays red outside of her dorm at North Greenville.

Freshman digital media major Taylor Deaton displays red outside of her dorm at North Greenville.