After Living in Her Car, HSRC Coordinator Addresses Homelessness, Hunger on Campus

Phases of life arrive at their own pace, sometimes slowly like the course of wisdom, or, at other times, like lightning—spontaneous veins of electricity splintering the sky, detonating booms and echoes of thunder.

Three years ago, Clare Cady, Human Services Resource Center coordinator, was living in her Volkswagen Jetta waiting for lightning to strike. She had earned her master’s degree at Washington State University, spent 31/2 years working at a wilderness program for troubled youths in Utah.

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