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HUB Preview of Senior Class Gift

Have you been to the HUB lately? If so, you’ve probably seen the boardwalk in the Pollock Road entrance. While that is not the class gift itself, it’s meant to excite people for what’s to come: the Marsh Meadow Boardwalk and Overlook at the Arboretum.

The Arboretum finally opened to the public this year, and the class of 2010 chose to present the University with a gift that reflects both their time here and has use in the future. Seniors have already pledges tens of thousands of dollars to fund the building of a boardwalk and overlook across the James J. and Lynn D. Ramage Marsh Meadow in the Arboretum.

If you’d like to keep up with the 2010 Senior Class Gift, check out their blog, their website, or even just walk through the HUB.

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