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[Photo Story] The Liberal Arts Undergrad Festival

The College of Liberal Arts hosted an interactive/free-food-giving festival for undergraduate students interested in learning about the degrees, professors, and resources that they offer. In case you missed it, here are some snapshots from the afternoon.

img_0850A student just missed the bullseye as she tried to dunk a Liberal Arts professor.

img_0878Was it really a festival if there weren’t french fries?

img_0868Two students discussed the majors available in the College of Liberal Arts.

img_0854Raffle baskets were a huge hit — one of the prizes was ice cream with the Dean!

img_0862Students learned about the possibilities in liberal arts.

img_0874This bunny rabbit was clearly the star of the Liberal Arts Undergraduate festival. Unfortunately, he left soon after this photo was taken.

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Jamie Saslaw

Jamie is a New Jersey native majoring in Film/Video and Spanish. Besides photography and filmmaking, she is a devoted puppy enthusiast and aspires to care and love for (approximately) one million dogs someday.


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