Whitney Farrin’s idea was simple. Make up a bunch of T-shirts, sell them for $10 and donate all the proceeds toward shopping trips with homeless kids. Her friends at West Salem High School started buying the shirts and wearing them to school. So did their parents. And college kids. And business owners. So far, the “I give a shirt campaign” has sold more than 1,000 shirts.
Though it may not be the most popular law enacted by our government, many people–including students here at Corban–are readily supporting the new no-texting bill.