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Photo brief: Israel At Heart

Freshmen Kelsey Flitter doodles with chalk at the U-Doodle table during the Israel at Heart event on the Rock, Wednesday. Israel at Heart was put on by Hillel and I-Team, their mission is to raise awareness of what is going on in Israel and create a dialogue between students about those issues. U-Doodle is a new unofficial club on campus, where they invite people to just come and collaborate to make art by just doodling and create a connected piece of work with the doodles of many. Flitter is a member of I-Team. Cayla Nimmo//Assistant Photo Editor

December 1, 2011

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