Alpacas For SPUD


An alpaca is eager to see the visitors

- Brandon Johnson and Sophia Potts

On November 9th, SPUD hosted its annual push-day. Push-day is a day where SPUD tries to raise $15,000 by the end of the day. They raise money in multiple ways, one of the more popular ways to raise money was to participate in was feeding, petting, and walking alpacas. Many students liked the alpacas. “The alpacas were very cool, and I enjoyed them,” said Seth Wendland. The alpacas were set up in a pen outside of the commons. Wile they could not be ridden, it did cost to feed them, and it cost even more to pet them. The alpacas raised a good deal of money that contributed toward the goal.