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PHOTO BRIEF: Earth Week

In celebration of Earth Week, "Ideas for UM" set up Solar-Powered smoothies on the Rock Tuesday afternoon. Smoothies were free for students, they only had to answer a question about the evironment. Each day this week has a specific conservation theme. Tuesday was about energy conservation, Wednesday waste reduction, Thursday water use, and Friday Arbor day. Each daythere will be events from 12-4 pm on the Rock for free food, games, music, and prizes. Holly Bensur // Staff Photographer

Sophomore Andrea Berdusco pours a smoothie for freshmen Paulina Araujo (middle) and Carmen Santos (left) In celebration of Earth Week, “Ideas for UM” set up Solar-Powered smoothies on the Rock Tuesday afternoon. Smoothies were free for students, they only had to answer a question about the evironment. Each day this week has a specific conservation theme. Tuesday was about energy conservation, Wednesday waste reduction, Thursday water use, and Friday Arbor day. Each daythere will be events from 12-4 pm on the Rock for free food, games, music, and prizes. Holly Bensur // Staff Photographer

April 25, 2013

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