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Howard Lyman: Mad Cowboy (and Vegetarian?)

2003_10_canada_01What: The Penn State Vegetarian Club will host Howard Lyman, a fourth-generation farmer from Montana who works to reform the agricultural industry. His tag line? “Plain truth from the cattle rancher who won’t eat meat.”

When: Wednesday, April 29 at 7 p.m.

Where: 112 Kern Building

Cost: FREE! (Technically, it’s funded by UPAC, so you’re witnessing your Student Activity Fee at work, readers).

[Photo courtesy of madcowboy.com]

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